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EtymologyEdit

From supreme +‎ -acy (a variant of -cy). Compare with supremity and New Latin suprematia.

NounEdit

supremacy (usually uncountable, plural supremacies)

  1. The quality of being supreme.
  2. Power over all others.
  3. (in combination) The ideology that the specified group is superior to others or should have supreme power over them.
    white supremacy

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