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Etymology of the English word phalansterian

the English word phalansterian
using the English suffix -an
derived from the English word phalanstery
derived from the French word phalanstère
derived from the Old French word phalange
derived from the Latin word phalanx (phalanx, compact body of heavy infantry; battalion)
derived from the Greek word phalanx, φάλαγξ, ϕαλαγξ, ϕάλαγξ (band of soldiers)
derived from the Latin word phalange
derived from the Greek word phalanx, φάλαγξ, ϕαλαγξ, ϕάλαγξ (band of soldiers)
derived from the French word monastère
derived from the Latin word monasterium (monastery)
derived from the Late Greek word monasterion, μοναστήριον
derived from the Greek word monazein, μονάζω
derived from the Greek word monos, μόνος (alone; single; remaining; sole or single; by implication, mere)
derived from the Proto-Indo-European root *men-

Derivations in English

phalansterianism

Usage

Word found in Modern English



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