Definition of Apostolici
: members of various ascetic sects of the 3d and 4th centuries a.d. in Phrygia, Cilicia, and Pamphylia who sought apostolic purity of life by renouncing marriage and private property —called also Apotactici, Apotactites
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Origin and Etymology of apostolici
Late Latin, from plural of apostolicus apostolic
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