ETYM Greek dynasteia lordship, from dynasteyein to hold power or lordship, from dynasths: cf. French dynastie dynasty. Related to Dynast.
A sequence of powerful leaders in the same family.
A succession of rulers forming a coherent sequence, even if the rulers were not always related. Ancient Egypt was traditionally divided into 30 dynasties according to the system of Egyptian historian Manetho (3rd century BC).
house / haʊs /
ETYM Old Eng. hous, hus, as. hus.
1. A dwelling that serves as living quarters for one or more families.
2. A building in which something is sheltered or located.
3. An official assembly having legislative powers.
4. Aristocratic family line.
5. Play in which children take the roles of father or mother or children and pretend to interact like adults.
6. The audience gathered together in a theatre or cinema.
7. The members of a religious community living together.
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