dynastic

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dy·nas·ty

 (dī′nə-stē)
n. pl. dy·nas·ties
1. A succession of rulers from the same family or line.
2. A family or group that maintains power for several generations: a political dynasty controlling the state.

[Middle English dynastie, from Old French, from Late Latin dynastīa, lordship, from Greek dunasteia, from dunastēs, lord; see dynast.]

dy·nas′tic (dī-năs′tĭk) adj.
dy·nas′ti·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.dynastic - of or relating to or characteristic of a dynasty
Translations
خاص بِسُلالَه حاكِمَه
dynastický
dynasti-
uralkodó családhoz tartozó
òjóîhöfîingjaættar-
dynastický
hanedana ait

dynastic

[daɪˈnæstɪk] ADJdinástico

dynastic

[daɪˈnæstɪk] adj [rule] → dynastique

dynastic

adjdynastisch

dynastic

[daɪˈnæstɪk] adjdinastico/a

dynasty

(ˈdinəsti) , ((American) ˈdai-) plural ˈdynasties noun
a succession or series of rulers of the same family. the Ming dynasty.
dyˈnastic (-ˈnӕs-) adjective