démocratie

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From Medieval Latin democratia, from Ancient Greek δημοκράτια (dēmokrátia), from δήμος (dḗmos, common people), from Proto-Indo-European *da-mo- (division), from base Proto-Indo-European *da- (to divide, cut up) + Ancient Greek κράτος (rule, strength), from Proto-Indo-European *kratus (strength).

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démocratie f (plural démocraties)

  1. democracy

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Etymology[edit]

From Medieval Latin democratia, from Ancient Greek δημοκρατία (dēmokratía).

Noun[edit]

démocratie f (plural démocraties)

  1. democracy