[pol-i-tee] /ˈpɒl ɪ ti/
noun, plural polities.
a particular form or system of government:
civil polity; ecclesiastical polity.
the condition of being constituted as a state or other organized community or body:
The polity of ancient Athens became a standard for later governments.
government or administrative regulation:
The colonists demanded independence in matters of internal polity.
a state or other organized community or body.
noun (pl) -ties
a form of government or organization of a state, church, society, etc; constitution
a politically organized society, state, city, etc
the management of public or civil affairs
1530s, from Middle French politie (early 15c.) or directly from Late Latin polita “organized government” (see policy (n.1)).
politzerization po·lit·zer·i·za·tion (pō’lĭt-sər-ĭ-zā’shən, pŏl’ĭt-) n. Inflation of the auditory tube and middle ear with a Politzer bag.
/ˈpəʊljɛ/ noun 1. (geography) a large elliptical depression in karst regions, sometimes containing a marsh or small lake
[pohk] /poʊk/ noun 1. James Knox, 1795–1849, the 11th president of the U.S. 1845–49. /pəʊk/ noun 1. James Knox. 1795–1849, US statesman; 11th president of the US (1845–49). During his administration, Texas and territory now included in New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Arizona, Oregon, and California were added to the Union
[pohl-kuh, poh-kuh] /ˈpoʊl kə, ˈpoʊ kə/ noun, plural polkas. 1. a lively couple dance of Bohemian origin, with music in duple meter. 2. a piece of music for such a dance or in its rhythm. verb (used without object), polkaed, polkaing. 3. to dance the polka. /ˈpɒlkə/ noun (pl) -kas 1. a 19th-century Bohemian dance […]