Aitkenite

noun Ait·ken·ite \ˈāt-kə-ˌnīt, ˈā-\

Definition of Aitkenite

plural

-s

  1. :  a follower of Aitken in desiring to introduce into the Anglican Church certain Methodist practices and views especially in regard to conversion

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Origin and Etymology of aitkenite

Robert Aitken †1873 Scottish clergyman + English -ite


First Known Use: 1840


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