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gynecocracy

[ jin-i-kok-ruh-see, gahy-ni-, jahy-ni- ]
/ ˌdʒɪn ɪˈkɒk rə si, ˌgaɪ nɪ-, ˌdʒaɪ nɪ- /
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noun, plural gyn·e·coc·ra·cies.

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Origin of gynecocracy

From the Greek word gynaikokratía, dating back to 1605–15. See gyneco-, -cracy

OTHER WORDS FROM gynecocracy

gy·ne·co·crat [ji-nee-kuh-krat, gahy-, jahy-], /dʒɪˈni kəˌkræt, gaɪ-, dʒaɪ-/, noungy·ne·co·crat·ic [ji-nee-kuh-krat-ik, gahy-, jahy-; jin-i-, gahy-ni-, jahy-ni-], /dʒɪˌni kəˈkræt ɪk, gaɪ-, dʒaɪ-; ˌdʒɪn ɪ-, ˌgaɪ nɪ-, ˌdʒaɪ nɪ-/, adjective
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