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Tridentine

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adjective Tri·den·tine \trī-ˈden-ˌtīn, -ˌtēn; ˈtrī-dən-, ˈtri-\

Definition of Tridentine

  1. :  of or relating to the Roman Catholic Church council held at Trent from 1545 to 1563 or its decrees



Origin and Etymology of tridentine

New Latin Tridentinus, from Latin Tridentum Trent, Italy


First Known Use: 1561

Rhymes with tridentine

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