A last lexeme from Dracula.

voi·vode /ˈvɔɪvoʊd/
noun
(in Eastern European history) a local ruler or governor, esp. the semi-independent rulers of Transylvania, Wallachia, or Moldavia before c1700.

Also, vaivode.

[Origin: 1550-60; ≪ Slavic; cf. Pol wojewoda, Russ voevóda, Serbo-Croatian vȍj(e)voda, OCS vojevoda commander, governor (translating Gk hégemn and stratégós), equiv. to voj– base of voinŭ warrior + –e– var. (after j) of –o– -o- + –voda, n. deriv. of voditi to lead; vaivode < Hungarian vajvoda (now vajda) < Slavic]

 Source: Dictionary.com.

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