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eparchy

Definition of eparchy
n. - A province, prefecture, or territory, under the jurisdiction of an eparch or governor; esp., in modern Greece, one of the larger subdivisions of a monarchy or province of the kingdom; in Russia, a diocese or archdiocese. 2

The word "eparchy" uses 7 letters: A C E H P R Y.

Direct anagrams of eparchy:
  preachy

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Shorter words found within eparchy:
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