Origin of -cratFrench -crate from Classical Greek krat?s from kratos, rule, strength: see hard
The definition of crat is a supporter of a specific type of government.
An example of crat used as a suffix is in the word democrat which means a member of the Democratic political party or someone who believes in equality and majority rule.
participant in or supporter of (a specified kind of) government or ruling body: democrat, aristocrat
A participant in or supporter of a specified form of government: technocrat.
Origin of -cratFrench -crate from Greek -kratēs ruler from kratos strength, power ; see -cracy .
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- Crat Arias Miranda (navy), Cobian, a strong Catholic though a Liberal (finance), Ruiz Valarino, a Democrat (justice), Calbeton (public works) and Count Romanones, who advocated a liberal settlement with the Church (education).