Use over time for: naziism
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This /\ graph clearly vindicates President Trump in his claim that neither he nor his fifty states, multiple territories and dozens of ally leader$hips can be morally and or mortally infected by, overcome by or anything approaching being in full brotherly rapture of naziism.  Just look at the timeline of the term "naziism", it was near and approaching zero in year 2000, so now almost a decade later naziism has to be dead!  America killed it just like We killed communism and are killing socialism, making America great again!
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Nazism | Britannica.com
... also spelled Naziism, ... Nationalsozialismus, ... intense nationalism, mass appeal of and toward practices associated with fascism, the regime/ideology of anti-democracy.

First Known Use of Nazism : 1930

History and Etymology for Nazism:  Nazi + -ism

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The 24th edition of Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache (2002) says the word nazi was favored in southern Germany (supposedly from c. 1924) among opponents of National Socialism because the nickname NaziNaczi (from the masc. proper name Ignatz, German form of Ignatius) was used colloquially to mean "a foolish person, clumsy or awkward person."

In the USSR, the terms national socialist and Nazi were said to have been forbidden after 1932, presumably to avoid any taint to the good word socialist. Soviet literature refers to fascists.

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"Mr. _________ opposed free market capitalism because it 'could not be trusted to put national interests first,' and he desired an economy that would direct resources to the goals of the regime his administration, such as the buildup of the military, ...."   Trump? not exactly, but certainly one of Trump's  fascist mentors.

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Comment by Ron Powell on April 27, 2019 at 8:13am

Re Naziism v Nazism

There's no such animal as Nazi-ism...

Naziism is a common misspelling of Nazism ostensibly due to the common mispronunciation of the term Nazism...

Naziism and Nazism are by definition one and the same....

Comment by mary gravitt on April 27, 2019 at 11:55am

We must pay attention to the seduction of speech: https://youtu.be/J3Yu9LfimSc.  Nazism was based on one man's ability to convinced the then most literate people in the world that their neighbors were not living lives fit for living.

Comment by moki ikom on April 27, 2019 at 11:59am

The term "naziism" is legit as another English language way to spell the term "nazism" .

Comparing the two graphical analysis indicates that when use of the two differently spelled terms coincided with their greatest use, the spelling "nazism" was used about 7x more frequently than the "naziism" spelling and that at the beginning of the 21st century the spelling "nazism" though at its lowest since 1940 was still a higher usage than was the use of the spelling "naziism" at the time of its highest use in the early 40s.

I'd argue that "nazism" is a misspelling of "naziism" but that you're correct to say that the more commonly used "nazism" spelling is commonly mispronounced to sound like "naziism" is spelled to be pronounced.  I can understand that definitions of words have to do with how they are used but it doesn't seem that like same standard should apply to the spelling of words or else soon we will be having no standards for spelling words in the English language.

A lot of digital platforms like Twitter and search engines rely on how words are spelled, some platforms even discriminate their searches with upper and lower case sensitivity.  For instance, on Twitter a search (a platform feature not case sensitive for time being) for #zionazism and #zionaziism turn up two separate results.  As yet neither spelling of those two zio-  terms is apparently used on printed pages in bookform which form seems to be the only formate examined by the site that produces graphs like this:  

Comment by moki ikom on April 27, 2019 at 12:10pm

Then again it may come to pass through common usage that over time the two terms "nazism" and "naziism" can be made distinguishable one from the other beyond their spellings to include case sensitivity and pronunciation, and even degrees of nauseoUSness associated with such terms.

Comment by moki ikom on April 27, 2019 at 12:38pm

That's an amazing clip there Mary.  I'm only at 1:43/47:50, the crowd shot of the children getting so into the moment looks like it is at one of Trumpler's rallies or at a settler-colonialUSt tumor on the West Bank. 

Comment by moki ikom on April 27, 2019 at 1:19pm

Trumplerites,, not a much used term, but since our USraeli President just loves rewards of aggression and immoral gains wrapped with impunity,  every zionist colony beyond Israel's 1967 borders ought to express their gratitude to Herr Trumpler by proudly referring to themselves as IsrealHell's Trumplerites.  

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