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catholicos

noun, ca·thol·i·cos often capitalized \kə-ˈth-li-ks\
plural ca·thol·i·cos·es\-k-səz\ or ca·thol·i·coi\-ˌki\

Definition of CATHOLICOS

:  a primate of certain Eastern churches and especially of the Armenian or of the Nestorian church

Origin of CATHOLICOS

Late Greek katholikos, from Greek, general
First Known Use: 1878

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