Fidelism

noun
Fi·del·ism | \ ˈfēdᵊlˌizəm ; fēˈdel- , fiˈd- , (ˌ)fīˈdel- \
plural -s

Definition of Fidelism 

: castroism

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Fidelist \-ə̇st \ noun or adjective

History and Etymology for Fidelism

Spanish fidelismo, from Fidel Castro + Spanish -ismo -ism

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