Definition of Patricentric

1. Adjective. Centered upon the father.

Similar to: Patriarchal



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Patricentric

patriarchial
patriarchic
patriarchically
patriarchies
patriarchism
patriarchisms
patriarchs
patriarchship
patriarchy
patriate
patriated
patriates
patriating
patriation
patriations
patricentric (current term)
patrician
patricianism
patricianisms
patricianly
patricians
patriciate
patriciates
patricidal
patricide
patricides
patricks
patriclan
patriclans
patriclinous

Literary usage of Patricentric

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1. Faiths of Famous Men in Their Own Words by John Kenyon Kilbourn (1900)
"is to be Moses's rod with a divine right to swallow all the rest, as being the rods of mere magicians. . . . The future will see the patricentric,the ..."

2. The Soul of the Far East by Percival Lowell (1911)
"For the far-eastern social universe turns on a patricentric pivot. Upon the conception of the family as the social and political unit depends the whole ..."

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