adjective An·gli·can \ˈaŋ-gli-kən\

Definition of ANGLICAN

:  of or relating to the established episcopal Church of England and churches of similar faith and order in communion with it
:  of or relating to England or the English nation
Anglican noun
An·gli·can·ism \-kə-ˌni-zəm\ noun

Origin of ANGLICAN

Medieval Latin anglicanus, from anglicus English, from Latin Angli Angles
First Known Use: 1635


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