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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
n. 1 A high military officer in a warlike nation. 2 A local ruler or bandit leader usually where the government is weak.
n. supreme military leader exercising civil power in a region especially one accountable to nobody when the central government is weak
A warlord is a leader able to exercise military, economic, and political control over a subnational territory within a sovereign state due to his or her ability to mobilize armed forces loyal to him or her. These armed forces, usually considered militias, are loyal to the warlord rather than to the state regime. Warlords have existed throughout much of history, albeit in a variety of different capacities within the political, economic, and social structure of states or ungoverned territories.
The Warlord is a sword and sorcery character appearing in comic books published by American company DC Comics. Created by writer-artist Mike Grell, he debuted in 1st Issue Special #8 (Nov. 1975). The comic's protagonist, Travis Morgan, obtains the name "Warlord" as he fights for the freedom of the people of Skartaris.
Warlord: Saga of the Storm is a collectible card game designed by Kevin Millard and David Williams. It was produced by Alderac Entertainment Group since its introduction in 2001 until January 2008, when they announced they were ceasing its production. In place of AEG, German company Phoenix Interactive has licensed the rights to produce the game and printed their first set, Fourth Edition, in July 2008. The longer official name is almost always shortened to Warlord and the subtitle "Saga of the Storm" is often used informally to refer to the original base set of cards. The game is unrelated to an earlier, similarly named CCG, Warlords.
Warlord is based on the Rank & File system which in turn borrows basic elements from the d20 system. Originally intended as an easy-to-learn second game for players already familiar with d20 fantasy role-playing games, Warlord is often marketed with the tagline, "The game you already know how to play". Warlord was permanently discontinued by AEG and Phoenix Interactive in early 2012, approximately one decade after its initial release.
Warlord was a comics anthology published weekly in the United Kingdom between 28 September 1974 and 27 September 1986.
__NOTOC__ "Warlord" is the 52nd episode of Star Trek: Voyager, the tenth episode of the third season.
A Warlord is a military leader. Usually, it refers to someone with both military and civil control over a subnational area due to armed forces loyal to the warlord and not to a central authority. It may also be used to refer to:History
- Warlord era, a period of Chinese History
- Terry Szopinski, a professional wrestler, known as The Warlord
- The War Lord, a 1965 U.S. film directed by Franklin J. Schaffner
- The Warlord (film), a 1972 Hong Kong film directed by Li Han-hsiang
- The Warlords, a 2007 Chinese film directed by Peter Chan
- Lord of War, a 2005 film
- Warlord (Star Trek: Voyager), an episode of Star Trek: Voyager
- The War Lord, the chief of an alien race called the "War Lords" in the Doctor Who television serial The War Games
- The War Lord (instrumental), theme music of the 1965 film composed by Jerome Moross, also released by The Shadows
- Warlord (Skrewdriver album), an album released by nationalist band Skrewdriver
- Warlord (Yung Lean album), an album by Swedish rapper Yung Lean.
- Warlord (band), an American 80's heavy metal band
- Warlord (demo), a demo by the melodic death metal band Norther
- HSL-51 "WARLORDS", the call sign of a Pilot in the United States Navy Helicopter squadron based in Ayase city, Japan, The Warlords
- VMFA-451, a deactivated United States Marine Corps fighter squadron that was nicknamed The Warlords.
- Warlord (DC Thomson), a comic published by D. C. Thomson & Co.
- Warlord (manhua), a Hong Kong manhua written by Wan Yuet Long and drawn by Tang Chi Fai
- The Warlord (comics), a sword and sorcery comics series
- The Warlord (Book Series), a six-book pulp-fiction series from the 1980s
- War Lord, a 2006 novel by John Shirley
- Warlord: Saga of the Storm, a Collectible Card Game (with an accompanying table-top RPG) made by Alderac Entertainment Group.
- Warlord (miniature game), a miniatures wargame produced by Reaper Miniatures
- Warlords (1980 video game), a game released by Atari in 1980
- Warlord (Dungeons & Dragons), a character class in 4th edition Dungeons & Dragons
- alt.fan.warlord, a Usenet newsgroup dedicated to the dissection and flaming of signature files used in other Usenet groups
Warlord is an American heavy metal band, formed in 1980 and based in Los Angeles, California. Since its formation the band has been led by guitarist William J Tsamis and drummer Mark Zonder.
Warlord is Skrewdriver's sixth full-length album, released on Rock-O-Rama Records.
Warlord was a Christian metal that formed in 1997. The band's sound was described as " doom hardcore", a mix between Doom metal and hardcore punk. The band was signed to Solid State Records during their brief existence. Before disbanding, the band did a tour with fellow Solid State band, Training for Utopia. The band has a compilation coming out, to help drummer Timothy Henderson with his health problems. The compilation has a new song and an unreleased track from Rock the Foe Hammer.
Warlord is the second studio album by Swedish rapper Yung Lean. It was released on February 25, 2016 by Year0001. A deluxe edition was released on April 28, 2016.
Usage examples of "warlord".
Warlord and his guests departed Acoma lands than Mara had embarked on a new plan to strengthen her house.
It was one to conjure with, for the Beja were the fiercest and most feared of all the fighting Arabs, and Osman Atalan was their most dreaded warlord.
Tell your outlaw buddies and bikers and so-called warlords to either straighten up their act or get ready to die.
The ultimate weapon, gunpowder, sold to a mandarin warlord in Choukoutien village.
The others bellowed with laughter at the sight, and to my surprise the Warlord and even Gorst himself also laughed heartily.
Deng was sent back to China by truck through Mongolia to bring munitions as well as his own services to a northern warlord who had momentarily allied with the Communists in the Hobbesian all-against-all war of regions and factions into which China had devolved.
We needed new warlords, and I decided then and there that I would give Issa his own band of men as soon as the Saxon war was over.
Mongol warlords, namely Mongolian Tartars, charged against the walled city of Kaffa in an attempt to push the resident Genoese colonists out of Mongolia and back into the sea.
Ka were all that remained of a town to which a handful of nineteenth-century Mamelukes had retreated, to live under the protection of Mek Nimr, Leopard King of Shendi, after their defeat by the Albanian warlord Khedive Mohammed.
Was China a soldier of fortune, a turncoat, or an independent warlord taking advantage f the Mozambican chaos for his own private ends?
Warlord rasped irritably, draining his goblet at a draft and hurling the goblet from him, to clang like a golden bell against the cold pavestone somewhere in the shadows beyond the reach of the firelight.
The men and women and kids were a far cry from what they had been when the Rebels rescued them from various outlaw and warlord strongholds around the nation.
Baird had been a half-grown kid fresh out of House Arvid Creche, pressed into duty only because the invading Xer would have shot him oh sight simply for being a Warlord.
That out of the way, the new warlord decided to move south to Apollonia, where sat the official governor of Macedonia, Gaius Antonius.
The Malazan contingent approaches, and the Warlord seeks your presence at the parley.