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Sunday, 7 May 2017

Sunday Rest: ptochocracy. Word Not To Us Today.

Ptochocracy is hard to say (tockOCKcrassee), hard to spell, and very hard to find in the dictionary.

But still, as it means government by the poor, the chances of any of us having to use it are very small indeed.

Wird Not To Use Today: ptochocracy. This word is Greek, and comes from ptochos, poor, plus kratos, power.

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