Timocracy (Ti*moc"ra*cy) n. [Gr. honor, worth (fr. to honor) + to govern: cf. F. timocratie.] (Gr. Antiq.)
(a) A state in which the love of honor is the ruling motive.(b) A state in which honors are distributed
according to a rating of property.
Timocratic (Ti`mo*crat"ic) a. Belonging to, or constituted by, timocracy.Sir G. C. Lewis.