What is another word for Plebiscitum?

Pronunciation: [plˈɛbɪsˌa͡ɪtəm] (IPA)

Plebiscitum is a Latin word that refers to a direct vote of the qualified voters of a state in regard to a specific proposal or question. Some synonyms for the word Plebiscitum are referendum, poll, ballot, election, and survey. A referendum is a type of plebiscite where the public can vote on a particular issue. A poll is an inquiry in which a group of people can express their opinion on a particular issue. A ballot is a voting paper used to cast a vote for a particular candidate or issue. An election involves the processes of selecting a person for public office through voting. A survey is a technique used to gather information and opinions from a group of people.

What are the hypernyms for Plebiscitum?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Plebiscitum

Your second proclamation, in which you speak of the Plebiscitum, is ill received by the people, who do not look upon it as re-establishing the right of suffrage.
"Napoleon the Little"
Victor Hugo
Not only our office-holders, but we ourselves, are born, labor, inherit, possess, marry, devise, and combine, under a perpetual Plebiscitum, referendum, and recall.
"Popular Law-making"
Frederic Jesup Stimson
Probably if the people of New England could have a Plebiscitum on their weather, they would vote against it, especially against winter.
"Backlog Studies"
Charles Dudley Warner Last Updated: February 23, 2009

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