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ministrant

adjective min·is·trant \ ˈmi-nə-strənt \

Definition of ministrant

archaic
: performing service in attendance on someone

Origin and Etymology of ministrant

borrowed from Latin ministrant-, ministrans, present participle of ministrāre "to act as a servant, serve, 2minister"


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ministrant

noun

Definition of ministrant

: one that ministers

Origin and Etymology of ministrant

derivative of 1ministrant


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