Discussion in 'Alternate History Discussion: Before 1900' started by Tio Paquete, May 27, 2019.
How about the Patrician? Ook. :-D
First Speaker is nice.
So from Old English.
Then we have
I'll dig up few others later
Chief Librarian. (Oook).
In all honesty, I think consul is pretty reasonable. Periclesian could be an interesting title for Greco derived republics.
Doge (Venice was a republic)
Franklin or Washington (as a last name tacked on in the style of the Caesars). So it would be like - John Adams Washington, FDR Franklin, Abraham Lincoln Washington.
Chief of State.
Supreme Leader (as in North Korea and Iran)
Lord Protector (if the English commonwealth survives)
Nomocrat could be one for a republic heavily focused on rule of law.
MrGreyOwl's republican title generator!
Use your birth month:
The use your name's first letter:
I got Grand Protector. And you?
"Elder" might work.
The Grand Poobah? Or is that too Gilbert & Sullivan?
A rather unique title for a federation/confederation could use the prefix Common, i.e Common Secretary, Common Minister etc.
In New Jersey, many counties are governed by a Board of Chosen Freeholders. Try "First Freeholder" or "Chief Freeholder".
Wernher von Braun's 1949 novel Project Mars had the leader of Mars be called the "Elon".
Grand Dictator. Now bend the knee, or face the consequences.
Separate names with a comma.