- An official in Ancient Rome, just who acted as single mind of state during the interregnum between two consulates.
- An equivalent regent through the death of a Polish master till the election and enthronement of his successor.
- A similar interim ruler, CEO etc.
- An interregent, or a regent.
- In ancient Rome, a regent; a magistrate just who governed during an interregnum.
Sentence for "interrex"
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