- [bα:θɪst](also Ba'athist)noun a member or supporter of the Baath Party, a pan-Arab socialist party founded in 1943.adjective relating to the Baath Party.DerivativesBaathism nounOriginfrom Arab. ba῾ṯ 'resurrection, renaissance' + -ist.
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