Artotyrite

noun Ar·to·ty·rite \ˌärtəˈtīˌrīt\

Definition of Artotyrite

plural

-s

  1. :  one of a Montanist sect that according to its opponents used bread and cheese in the celebration of the Lord's Supper

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Origin and Etymology of artotyrite

Late Latin Artotyrita, from Late Greek Artotyritēs, from Greek artotyros bread and cheese (from arto- + tyros cheese) + -itēs -ite — more at tyr-


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