peoplekind

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Etymology[edit]

From people +‎ -kind. The term was popularized by Justin Trudeau in 2018.

Noun[edit]

peoplekind (uncountable)

  1. (uncommon) People as a whole; humanity, humankind; a gender-neutral alternative to "mankind".
    • 2011, Fredrick James Terriere, End of Man, page 525:
      Adam and Eve caused a rift to come between peoplekind and God.

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