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nounAncient Greek History
The commander of a fleet, an admiral; specifically the chief admiral of the Spartans.
Early 19th century; earliest use found in William Mitford (1744–1827), historian of ancient Greece. From ancient Greek ναύαρχος commander of a fleet, admiral, specifically the chief admiral of the Spartans from ναῦς ship + -αρχος.
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