Apotactici

plural noun Ap·o·tac·ti·ci \ˌapəˈtaktəˌsī\

Definition of Apotactici

  1. :  apostolici

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Origin and Etymology of apotactici

Late Latin or Medieval Latin, plural of Apotacticus, from Late Greek Apotaktikos, literally, renouncer, from apotaktikos disposed to renounce, from Greek apotassein to set aparticiple from apo- + tassein to put in order, arrange


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