pantisocracy

play
noun pant·i·soc·ra·cy \ˌpan-tə-ˈsä-krə-sē, ˌpan-ˌtī-\

Definition of pantisocracy

plural

pantisocracies

  1. :  a utopian community in which all rule equally

pantisocratic

play \ˌpan-ˌtī-sə-ˈkra-tik\ or

pantisocratical

play \-ˈkra-ti-kəl\ adjective

pantisocratist

play \ˌpan-tə-ˈsä-krə-tist, ˌpan-ˌtī-\ noun

Origin and Etymology of pantisocracy

pant- + isocracy equal rule, from Greek isokratia, from is- + -kratia -cracy


First Known Use: 1794


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