Definition of intendancy in English:

intendancy

noun

See intendant

‘Louis XIV could do more than most of his contemporaries, particularly after the consolidation of the national intendancy in the 1690s had created a central government machinery entirely under its own control.’
‘By shining there they could legitimately hope to be appointed to one of the 34 intendancies, which were always filled from their ranks.’

Pronunciation

intendancy

/ɪnˈtɛnd(ə)nsi/