noun Strang·ite \ˈstraŋˌīt\

Definition of Strangite



  1. :  a member of a religious body that was organized by J. J. Strang in Wisconsin in 1844, that regards itself as the original and only true Church of Christ of Latter-day Saints, and that holds its founder to be the only legitimate successor to Joseph Smith

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Origin and Etymology of strangite

James J. Strang †1856 American religious leader + English -ite

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a brief usually trivial fact

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