social

community – It can refer to group of animals or plants living together and was first used to refer to a "body of commons" or a social or political entity. More…

party – Latin partitum, "part, side," became party, with the senses "political group" and, in the 18th century, "social gathering." More…

mores, anomie – Mores is the Latin plural of mor/mos and means "acquired customs and manners"; social and moral conventions are mores, and the lack of these is anomie. More…

sociable, social, society – Sociable, social, society, etc. originate in Latin socius, "companion, fellow," or "colleague." More…



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