Tri"er*arch (?), n. [L. trierarchus, Gr. ; a trireme + a leader, a chief.] Gr. Antiq. (a)

The commander of a trireme.

(b)

At Athens, one who (singly, or jointly with other citizens) had to fit out a trireme for the public service.

 

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