kyriarchy
 n.— « Kyriarchy—a neologism coined by Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza and derived from the Greek words for “lord” or “master” (kyrios) and “to rule or dominate” (archein) which seeks to redefine the analytic category of patriarchy in terms of multiplicative intersecting structures of domination…Kyriarchy is best theorized as a complex pyramidal system of intersecting multiplicative social structures of superordination and subordination, of ruling and oppression.» —“Accepting Kyriarchy, Not Apologies” by Sudy A Womyn’s Ecdysis Apr. 26, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)