Definition of orocratic in English:

orocratic

adjective

Geology
rare
  • Designating or relating to a period or condition in which crustal deformation predominates over erosion and sedimentation, leading to an overall increase in relief.

Origin

1920s. From oro- + -cratic; apparently coined by W. Ramsay.

Pronunciation

orocratic

/ˌɒrəˈkratɪk//ˌɔːrəˈkratɪk/