poimenics

[ poi-men-iks ]
/ pɔɪˈmɛn ɪks /

noun (used with a singular verb)

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Origin of poimenics

1880–85; <Greek poimenikós of a shepherd, equivalent to poimen-, stem of poimḗn shepherd + -ikos-ic; see -ics
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