Etymology
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Words related to slave

slavocracy (n.)
also slaveocracy, in U.S. history, "the political dominance of slave-owners," 1840, formed irregularly from slave (n.) + -cracy "rule or government by." Related: Slavocrat.
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slaver (n.)
"ship in the slave trade," 1830, agent noun from slave (v.). Meaning "person in the slave trade" is from 1842.
slavery (n.)
1550s, "severe toil, hard work, drudgery;" from slave (v.) + -ery. Meaning "state of servitude" is from 1570s; meaning "keeping or holding of slaves" is from 1728.

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