Definition of 'Triumvirs'
- Triumvir \Tri*um"vir\, n.; pl. L. Triumviri, E. Triumvirs. [L., fr. res, gen. trium, three + vir a man. See Three, and Virile.] (Rom. Antiq.) One of tree men united in public office or authority. [1913 Webster]
- Note: In later times the triumvirs of Rome were three men who jointly exercised sovereign power. Julius Caesar, Crassus, and Pompey were the first triumvirs; Octavianus (Augustus), Antony, and Lepidus were the second and last. [1913 Webster]