Aristocratic vs Eques - What's the difference?

aristocratic | eques |


As a adjective aristocratic

is of or pertaining to an aristocracy; consisting in, or favoring, a government of nobles, or principal men.

As a noun eques is

(historical|ancient rome) a member of the (equestrian order) (latin: ordo equester ), the lower of the two aristocratic classes of ancient rome, ranking below the patricians.

aristocratic

English

Alternative forms

* aristocratick

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Of or pertaining to an aristocracy; consisting in, or favoring, a government of nobles, or principal men.
  • An aristocratic constitution.
  • Partaking of aristocracy; befitting aristocracy; characteristic of, or originating with, the aristocracy.
  • An aristocratic measure.
    Aristocratic pride or manners.

    eques

    English

    Noun

    (equites)
  • (historical, Ancient Rome) A member of the (equestrian order) (Latin: ordo equester ), the lower of the two aristocratic classes of Ancient Rome, ranking below the patricians.
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