Complete Definition of "tyrant"

English
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Etymology
From OF. #Old French|tyrant (French tyran), from L. tyrannus, from AGr. polytonic|ÏÏÏαννοÏ.

Pronunciation
IPA|/ËtaɪɹÉnt/

Noun
en-noun

  1. An absolute ruler who governs without restriction.
  2. A harsh and cruel ruler.
  3. An oppressive and harsh person.

Derived terms
tyranny

Translations
trans-top|absolute ruler
Dutch: tiran m
French: tyran m
German: Tyrann m
trans-mid
Russian: ÑиÑан (tirán) m
trans-bottom

trans-top|harsh and cruel ruler
Dutch: tiran m
French| tyran m
German: Tyrann m
trans-mid
Russian: ÑиÑан (tirán) m
trans-bottom

trans-top|oppressive and harsh person
Dutch: tiran m
&French: tyran m
German: Tyrann m
trans-mid
Russian: ÑиÑан (tirán) m
trans-bottom

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