Sinarquism

noun Sin·ar·quism \ˈsiˌnärˌkizəm, sə̇ˈn-\
variants: or

Sinarquismo

\ˌsiˌnärˈkiz(ˌ)mō\ less commonly

Sinarchism

or

Synarchism

Definition of Sinarquism

plural

-s

  1. :  a Mexican counterrevolutionary movement embracing chiefly peasants and workers under secret leaders that seeks restoration of an early Christian social order, favors hispanidad, and opposes communism, Pan-Americanism, labor unionism, and military conscription

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Origin and Etymology of sinarquism

Mexican Spanish sinanarquismo, from Spanish sin without (from Latin sine) + anarquismo, from anarquía anarchy (from Greek anarchia) + -ismo -ism (from Latin -ismus) — more at sunder, anarchy


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