neoliberalist etymology

English word neoliberalist comes from English neo-, English liberal, English -ist

Detailed word origin of neoliberalist

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
neo- English (eng) (organic chemistry) Being a newly-discovered or -synthesized variant of an existing compound. (organic chemistry) Having a structure, similar to that of neopentane, in which each hydrogen atom of a methyl group has been replaced by an alkyl group. Contemporary. New.
liberal English (eng) (now, rare, outside, set phrases) Pertaining to those arts and sciences the study of which are considered suitable for free people (as opposed to servile, vocational, mechanical training); worthy, lofty.. (obsolete) Unrestrained, licentious.. (politics) Open to political or social changes and reforms associated with either classical or modern liberalism.. Ample, abundant; generous in [...]
-ist English (eng) Added to words to form nouns denoting:. A person who holds bigoted, partial views.. A person who uses a technological device of some kind. ;a person with a particular creative or academic role. ;one who has a certain political tendency. ;one who owns or manages something. ;one who subscribes to a particular theological doctrine or religious denomination;.
neoliberalist English (eng) A supporter of neoliberalism.

Words with the same origin as neoliberalist

Descendants of neo-
Neoplatonic neo neobehaviourism neoburlesque neoclassical neocommunism neoconservativism neocortex neodymium neoepithelialization neogrammatical neolite neomercantilism neonatal neopatrimonial neopenis neophallus neoplasia neorealism neosilicate neotetrazolium neothalamus neotraditional neourethra
Descendants of liberal
libshit libtard
Descendants of -ist
activist anthropologist archaeologist arsonist biologist celibacy geologist guitarist ist journalist nationalist novelist pathologist pharmacist physicist psychiatrist psychologist rapist receptionist sexist socialist stylist tourist violinist vocalist