Archduke vs Archduchy - What's the difference?

archduke | archduchy |


As nouns the difference between archduke and archduchy

is that archduke is the son or male-line grandson of an emperor of the austro-hungarian empire while archduchy is the territority (principality) of an archduke.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

archduke

Noun

(en noun)
  • The son or male-line grandson of an emperor of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
  • World War I traditionally started with the assassination of Archduke Francis (Franz) Ferdinand.

    archduchy

    English

    Noun

    (archduchies)
  • The territority (principality) of an archduke
  • The archduchies''' Austria and Brabant (as well as its rival Gelre) claimed this rare, primordial vassalitic rank as the successors to the former Carolingian kingdom and first ' archduchy Lotharingia (the name later became Lorraine), which had been divided in an Upper - and a Lower dukedom within the Holy Roman Empire
  • See also

    * grand duchy