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Noun
/ˈmänərkē/,/ˈmänˌär-/,
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monarchies, plural;
  1. A form of government with a monarch at the head

  2. A state that has a monarch

  3. The monarch and royal family of a country
    • - the monarchy is the focus of loyalty and service

  1. an autocracy governed by a monarch who usually inherits the authority
  2. (monarch) sovereign: a nation's ruler or head of state usually by hereditary right
  3. (monarch) large migratory American butterfly having deep orange wings with black and white markings; the larvae feed on milkweed
  4. (monarchist) an advocate of the principles of monarchy
  5. A monarchy is a form of government in which all political power is absolutely or nominally lodged with an individual, known as a monarch ("single ruler"), or (male), (female).
  6. Monarchy are a British synthpop duo, originally from Australia, but now based in London. They are signed to Mercury Records.
  7. Monarchy is a Channel 4 British TV series, 2004-2006, by British academic David Starkey, charting the political and ideological history of the English monarchy (later British), from the Saxon period to modern times. ...
  8. The Monarchy was an American comic book series written by Doselle Young with art by John McCrea. It was published by Wildstorm. The Monarchy lasted 12 issues and had an intro-issue in The Authority #21.
  9. (Monarch (automobile)) The Monarch was an automobile built in Detroit, Michigan by the Monarch Motor Car Company from 1913 to 1917.
  10. (Monarch (butterfly)) The Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) is a milkweed butterfly (subfamily Danainae), in the family Nymphalidae. It is perhaps the best known of all North American butterflies. ...
  11. A government with a hereditary head of state (whether as a figurehead or as a powerful ruler)
  12. (Monarch) Paper size (7' x 10') and envelope shape often used for personal stationery.
  13. (MOnarch) a moustache that rules the rest of the face
  14. (MONARCH) The elected leader of a Grotto, with duties similar to the role of a  president. The term of office is normally one year.
  15. (Monarch) The term for the king or queen, who is the formal head of the British government, but whose governmental powers are limited to giving the Royal Assent to bills and appointing the Prime Minister. ...
  16. (Monarch) may have culminated from MKSEARCH subprojects, such as operation SPELLBINDER, which was set up to create “sleeper” assassins (i e. “Manchurian candidates”) who could be activated upon receiving a key word or phrase while in a post-hypnotic trance. ...
  17. (The Monarch) (voiced by Chris McCulloch): Dr. Venture''s nemesis, obsessed with Monarch butterflies, which raised him as a child. Longs to bring an end to Dr. Venture in as many ways as possible. Is evasive when asked why he seeks to harm Dr. ...
  18. (monarch) A king, queen or emporer
  19. (Monarchies) Those political systems headed by a single person whose power is passed down through their family across generations.
  20. (Monarchist) Somebody who believes Australia should not become a republic but should remain part of the British Commonwealth with the Queen of England as our head of state. Opposed by Republicans.
  21. (Monarchist) Someone who advocates rule of society by a king or queen.
  22. literally means “rule by one,” and comes from the combination of the Greek words for “alone” (mono ) and “to rule” (archein ). ...
  23. Government in which political power is exercised by a single ruler under the claim of divine or hereditary right.
  24. first period of Roman government; legend relates that Rome was governed by seven kings, the first of whom was Romulus; the Roman monarchy lasted from the founding of the city of Rome by Romulus and Remus to 509 BCE.
  25. A system of government in which a king or queen is the head of state and has unlimited powers (absolute monarchy) or powers that are limited by the state's constitution (constitutional monarchy)