From French commanderie, from Late Latin commendaria, from Latin commendare.
In the Chinese administrative division sense, used as a translation of 府 (fǔ) and 郡 (jùn).
commandery (plural commanderies)
- A territory under the control of a commander, particularly:
- (historical) The smallest division of a manor under the control of a commander of an order of knights, originally only the Knights Hospitaller.
- (historical) Any of various administrative divisions of imperial China.
- A chapter of a secret order, especially the Knights Templar (order affiliated with Freemasonry).
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