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Admiral is the title given usually to the supreme commander of a fleet or navy.
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'''Admiral''' is the [[title]] given usually to the supreme commander of a fleet or [[navy]].
   
The word comes from from Old French ''amiral'' and from Medieval Latin ''admīrālis''
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The word comes from from [[Old French]] ''amiral'' and from [[Medieval]] [[Latin]] ''admīrālis''.
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Latest revision as of 09:59, 10 September 2010

Admiral is the title given usually to the supreme commander of a fleet or navy.

The word comes from from Old French amiral and from Medieval Latin admīrālis.