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Simeonite

noun Sim·e·on·ite \-ˌnīt\

Definition of Simeonite

plural

-s

  1. :  a member of the Hebrew tribe of Simeon

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Origin and Etymology of simeonite

Late Latin Simeonitae Simeonites, from Simeon, second son of the patriarch Jacob + Latin -itae, plural of -ita -ite


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Simeonite

noun Sim·e·on·ite \"\

Definition of Simeonite

plural

-s

  1. 1 :  a follower of the clerical leader Charles Simeon of the Evangelical Revival in the Church of England and founder of a trust for purchasing advowsons for Low Churchmen

  2. 2 :  low churchman

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Origin and Etymology of simeonite

Charles Simeon †1836 + English -ite


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