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ministrant

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adjective min·is·trant \ˈmi-nə-strənt\

Definition of ministrant

archaic

  1. :  performing service in attendance on someone



Circa 1559

First Known Use of ministrant

circa 1559


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ministrant

noun min·is·trant

Definition of ministrant

  1. :  one that ministers



1818

First Known Use of ministrant

1818


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