Definition of Collegiant
: a member of an Arminian sect started in 1619 by Jan, Adrian, and Gilbert van der Kodde and forming congregations in Holland
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Origin and Etymology of collegiant
Dutch, from New Latin collegium congregation (from Latin, society) + Dutch -ant (from Latin -ant-, ans -ant
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