Etymology Edit

jwa "act of the will" + ui "people" (-n absolute form)

Noun Edit

popular action, activity of the people, as a social movement or some form of collective group action; that is, common action as a group of people, as a united force

Usage notes Edit

The word jwauin is most commonly used to refer to social revolutions or movements that alter social or political structures and involve many persons united as one people for one cause.

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