Meaning of Emperor

What is Emperor:

Emperor is how the head of government, state and military of a set of conquered peoples and territories is designated.

The word emperor derives from the Latin verb I will rule which means "command". Formerly the emperor was defined by his power and especially by his military command capacity with which he conquered his territories. That is why this term was later designated for those who ruled vast territories that together were called empire.

See also Empire.

The emperor considered sovereign over other kings in a territory was a common title when empires such as the Roman Empire still existed. Some of the best known Roman emperors are:

  • Augustus (63 BC-14 AD)
  • Caligula (12 AD-41 AD)
  • Nero (37 AD-68 AD)

Although the best known emperors are those of the Roman Empire, in other parts of the world the supreme heads of their empires are called by other names, such as, for example, in the Russian Empire their emperors were called Tsars and in the Chinese Empire they were called it named the huangdi emperors whose self-proclaimed first Chinese emperor was Qin Shi Huang (259 BC-210 BC).

The feminine of emperor is the empress. The empress is the emperor's wife but both terms have other connotations such as archetypes of human personality. The emperor is the father, authority, mental maturity and strength, on the other hand, the empress is the mother, abundance and fertility.

Emperor in the animal kingdom

Emperor is used as a name in the animal kingdom to refer to those considered the largest of their species. Some of the best known emperor animals are:

  • Emperor fish (Luvarus imperialis): it is often confused with swordfish and is known for its gastronomic quality.
  • Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes fosteri): it is the largest of the penguins and is characterized by not being able to fly, living in the Arctic Circle and measuring 115 centimeters tall.
  • Emperor tamarin (Saquinus imperator): belongs to the ape family and is an endemic species of the semi-tropical rainy zone of Peru, Bolivia and Brazil.
  • Emperor fleshy crocodile (Sarcosuchus imperator): It is an extinct species that lived in Africa approximately 110 million years ago. Skulls of this species have been found measuring up to 1.80 meters in length.
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