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papist

noun, pa·pist often capitalized \ˈpā-pist\

Definition of PAPIST

usually disparaging
papist adjective, usually disparaging

Origin of PAPIST

Middle French or New Latin; Middle French papiste, from pape pope; New Latin papista, from Late Latin papa pope
First Known Use: 1534

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