perfecti

plural noun per·fec·ti \ pə(r)ˈfekˌtī , -ˌtē \

Definition of perfecti

:members of the most extreme and ascetic class constituting the elite of various religious sects (as the Cathari or the Manichaeans)

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Origin and Etymology of perfecti

Medieval Latin, from Latin, plural of perfectus perfect


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