Two words I didn't know:
mook and mooky, which I guess I did know, but not well.
Also, in his splendid history of Mussolini's Italy, R.J.B. Bosworth gives "Mussolinianly," as in "Italians had been 'living Mussolinianly.'" Google doesn't recognize it (until now!) but Bosworth links to an Italian source--could there be a legit Italian version? Anyway, brings to mind the English-language device of turning a noun into an adverb by adding the suffix -wise, as in "rabbiwise, he is not a good student of Torah."
Update, Half an Hour Later: Yep, here it is.