Primacy

Pri"ma*cy

(?), n. [LL. primatia, fr. L. primas, -atis, one of the first or principal, chief, fr. primus first: cf. F. primatie. See Prime, a.] 1. The state or condition of being prime or first, as in time, place, rank, etc., hence, excellency; supremacy. [R.] De Quincey.
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2. The office, rank, or character of a primate; the chief ecclesiastical station or dignity in a national church; the office or dignity of an archbishop; as, the primacy of England.
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Pri"ma don"na

(?);
pl. E. Prima donnas (#), It. Prime (#) Donne (#).
[It., fr. primo, prima, the first + donna lady, mistress. See Prime, a., and Donna.] The first or chief female singer in an opera.
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Pri"ma fa"ci*e

(?). [L., from abl. of primus first + abl. of facies appearance.] At first view; on the first appearance.
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Prima facie evidence (of a fact) (Law), evidence which is sufficient to establish the fact unless rebutted. Bouvier.
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