Baath

or Baʿath, Baʿth

[bah-ahth]

Origin of Baath

From the Arabic word baʿath literally, renaissance
Related formsBa·ath·ism, nounBa·ath·ist, noun, adjective

Baʿth

[bah-ahth]
noun
  1. Baath.
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British Dictionary definitions for ba'th

Ba'th

Ba'ath

noun
  1. an Arab Socialist party, esp in Iraq and Syria, founded by Michel Aflaq in 1941. It attempts to combine Marxism with pan-Islamic nationalism
Derived FormsBathi, adjectiveBathism, nounBathist, noun

Word Origin for Ba'th

C20: from Arabic: resurgence
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Word Origin and History for ba'th

Baath

pan-Arab socialist party, founded by intellectuals in Syria in 1943, from Arabic ba't "resurrection, renaissance."

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