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See also: gynéconome

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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek γῠναικονόμος (gunaikonómos); compare gyneco-, nome.

NounEdit

gyneconome (plural gyneconomes)

  1. (historical) An Ancient Athenian civil servant whose job was to apply sumptuary laws and ensure adult women behaved morally.

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NounEdit

gyneconome m (plural gyneconomes)

  1. Nonstandard spelling of gynéconome.