n pl , -ors, -ori (in ancient Greece) one of a board of senior magistrates in any of several Dorian states, esp. the five Spartan ephors, who were elected by vote of all full citizens and who wielded effective power
(C16: from Greek ephoros, from ephoran to supervise, from epi- + horan to look)
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