from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A commander of ten thousand men.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun A captain or commander of ten thousand men.
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- noun A
captainor commanderof ten thousandmen.
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Note 59: The Wei-Suo system basically follows the Mongol Wanhu-Qianhu (myriarch-chiliarch) system. back
Four-time participant Josephine Kao of Carmichael, Calif., flashed a big smile after spelling "myriarch."
4Yunnan Zhilue (A general record of Yunnan), compiled by Li Jing in the first decade of the fourteenth century, provides a general view of the indigenous peoples in the Yuan period. 1 Li was assigned as deputy pacification commissioner of Wusa and Wumeng circuit (administrative units below province), and was the bearer of the tiger tablet, and the commander of Wanhu (myriarch).
The Sakya Chief Magistrate Gyelwa-zangpo (rGyal-ba bzang-po) was displeased by Jangchub-gyeltsen’s persistence in this matter and dismissed him as myriarch magistrate.