Definition of isopolity
: equality or reciprocity of rights or privileges (as of citizenship) an agreement between two countries establishing isopolity for their citizens
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Origin and Etymology of isopolity
Greek isopoliteia, from isopolitēs having equal or reciprocal political rights (from is- + politēs citizen) + -ia -y — more at police
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