Vin·cen·tian noun \vin-ˈsen(t)-shən\
: a member of the Roman Catholic Congregation of the Mission founded by St. Vincent de Paul in Paris, France, in 1625 and devoted to missions and seminaries
: a native or inhabitant of the island of St. Vincent
— Vincentian adjective
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