anarchisme

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From French anarchisme, from anarchie ‎(anarchy) + -isme ‎(ism); from Medieval Latin anarchia, from Ancient Greek ἀναρχία ‎(anarkhía, anarchy, lack of a leader), itself from ἀν- ‎(without) + ἀρχός ‎(arkhós, leader).

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anarchisme m ‎(plural anarchismen or anarchismes, diminutive anarchismetje n)

  1. anarchism
  2. A dubious metonymy for anarchy.

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From anarchie ‎(anarchy) +‎ -isme ‎(ism); from Medieval Latin anarchia, from Ancient Greek ἀναρχίᾱ ‎(anarkhíā, anarchy, lack of a leader), itself from ἀν- ‎(without) + ἀρχός ‎(arkhós, leader).

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anarchisme m ‎(plural anarchismes)

  1. anarchism

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Etymology[edit]

anarchie ‎(anarchy) +‎ -isme ‎(ism)

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anarchisme m ‎(plural anarchismes)

  1. (Jersey, politics) anarchism

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