Sinn Feinism

noun
Sinn Fein·​ism | \ ¦shinˈfāˌnizəm\
plural -s

Definition of Sinn Feinism

1 : the doctrines, policies, or practices of Sinn Fein
2 : a movement based on the doctrines of Sinn Fein

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History and Etymology for Sinn Feinism

Sinn Fein, national Irish society founded about 1905 (from Irish Gaelic sinn fēin we ourselves) + English -ism

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