Something, having some mode of real being, from the understanding of which facts of experience can be deduced.(noun)
The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)
Use "arche" in a sentence
"Archaeology derives from the Greek word arche, which literally means the moment of arising."
"There are two good Bridges to the town, one was a rebuilding, pretty large with Severall arches Called Hewet bridge – its often out of repaire by reason of the force of ye water that Swells after great raines, yet I see they made works of wood on purpose to breake the violence of ye Streame and ye Middle arche is very Large and high."
"Rates can run from € 35 to € 60 a night B ä renstrasse 2; www.arche-stuttgart.de ."