hetmanate

hetmanate
\\-əˌnāt\ noun (-s)
: the administration of a hetman

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/het"meuh nayt'/, n.
the authority, rule, or domain of a hetman. Also called hetmanship.
[1875-80; HETMAN + -ATE3]

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hetˈmanate noun
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