noun Utra·quist \-kwə̇st\

Definition of Utraquist



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Origin and Etymology of utraquist

New Latin utraquista, from Latin utraque (ablative singular feminine of uterque each of two, both, from uter which of two + -que generalizing particle akin to Latin -que and) (in the Medieval Latin phrase sub utraque specie under each kind) + -ista -ist — more at whether, sesqui-

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to criticize severely

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