isocracy

[ ahy-sok-ruh-see ]
/ aɪˈsɒk rə si /

noun, plural i·soc·ra·cies.

a government in which all individuals have equal political power.

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Origin of isocracy

From the Greek word isokratía, dating back to 1645–55. See iso-, -cracy

OTHER WORDS FROM isocracy

i·so·crat [ahy-suh-krat] /ˈaɪ səˌkræt/, nouni·so·crat·ic, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for isocracy

isocracy
/ (aɪˈsɒkrəsɪ) /

noun plural -cies

a form of government in which all people have equal powers
equality of political power

Derived forms of isocracy

isocratic (ˌaɪsəʊˈkrætɪk), adjective
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