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viceroyalty

[ vahys-roi-uhl-tee, vahys-roi- ]
/ vaɪsˈrɔɪ əl ti, ˈvaɪsˌrɔɪ- /
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noun, plural vice·roy·al·ties.
the dignity, office, or period of office of a viceroy.
a country or province ruled by a viceroy.
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Origin of viceroyalty

1695–1705; vice- + royalty, modeled on French vice-royauté
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British Dictionary definitions for viceroyalty

viceroyalty
/ (ˌvaɪsˈrɔɪəltɪ) /

noun plural -ties
the office, authority, or dignity of a viceroy
the domain governed by a viceroy
the term of office of a viceroy
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