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Etymology of the Greek word anarchia (ἀναρχία)

the Greek word anarchia, ἀναρχία
derived from the Greek word arche, ἀρχή ((properly abstract) a commencement, or (concretely) chief (in various applications of order, time, place, or rank))
derived from the Greek word archein, ἄρχω
derived from the Greek word anarchos
using the Medieval Greek prefix an-, ἀν-
derived from the Greek word anarkhos
derived from the Greek word archos, ἀρχός
derived from the Greek word archein, ἄρχω

Derivations in other languages

French anarchie, Italian anarchia, Latin anarchia, Latin anarchy



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