Dictionary of the word “duplicary”

Meaning of the word

The word “duplicary” is a male noun that refers to an ancient Roman gladiator who fought with two swords.

Origin of the word

The word “duplicary” originates in the Latin “duplicicarius”, which means “the one who fights with two swords”.

Word adverbs

There are no specific adverbs related to the word “duplicary”.

Conjunctions of the word

There are no specific conjunctions related to the word “duplicary”.

Synonyms of the word

Some synonyms for “duplicary” are: two sword gladiator, two sword fighter.

Word Definitions

  1. Former Roman gladiator who fought with two swords.

Phrases that the word applies

1. The duplicary was one of the most feared gladiators in the Colosseum.

2. The viewers were impressed with the dupliciary’s ability to handle the two swords.

Examples of the word in text

In the ancient Roman Empire, the duplicaries were considered the most skilled and brave gladiators.

Duplicar training was rigorous and required a lot of dexterity and agility.

Rhymes with the word

1. Secretary

2. Salary

3. Diary

Anagrams with the word

No anagrams were found with the word “duplicary”.

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