Calixtin

1 of 2

noun (1)

Ca·​lix·​tin
kəˈlikstə̇n
variants or Calixtine
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-ˌtēn,
-ˌtīn
plural -s
: a member of a Hussite body that maintained that the laity should receive the cup as well as the bread in the Eucharist

Calixtin

2 of 2

noun (2)

"
variants or Calixtine
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plural -s
: a follower of Georgius Calixtus compare syncretism sense 1

Word History

Etymology

Noun (1)

French calixtin, from Medieval Latin calixtinus, from Latin calix cup

Noun (2)

Georg Calixt (Latinized as Georgius Calixtus) †1656 German theologian + English -in or -ine

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“Calixtin.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/Calixtin. Accessed 22 Apr. 2024.

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