[ploo-tahrk] /ˈplu tɑrk/
a.d. c46–c120, Greek biographer.
?46–?120 ad, Greek biographer and philosopher, noted for his Parallel Lives of distinguished Greeks and Romans
An ancient Greek biographer noted for his ethical insights. He evaluated the character and conduct of many Greek and Roman rulers in his major work, popularly known as Plutarch’s Lives.
[ploo-tahr-kee-uh n] /pluˈtɑr ki ən/ adjective 1. of or relating to the biographer Plutarch. 2. characteristic of or resembling a biography by Plutarch or its subject: a life worthy of Plutarchian description; a deed of Plutarchian splendor.
[ploo-tee-uh s] /ˈplu ti əs/ noun, plural plutei [ploo-tee-ahy] /ˈplu tiˌaɪ/ (Show IPA), pluteuses. 1. the free-swimming, bilaterally symmetrical larva of an echinoid or ophiuroid.
plutino (pl-tē’nō) A Kuiper belt object that orbits the Sun in the same time period as Pluto or that orbits the Sun twice for every three orbits that Neptune makes. Too small to be considered planets, plutinos make up approximately one fourth of the Kuiper Belt objects.
[ploo-tok-ruh-see] /pluˈtɒk rə si/ noun, plural plutocracies. 1. the rule or power of wealth or of the wealthy. 2. a government or state in which the wealthy class rules. 3. a class or group ruling, or exercising power or influence, by virtue of its wealth. /pluːˈtɒkrəsɪ/ noun (pl) -cies 1. the rule or control of […]