Definition of poimenics
: the study or application of pastoral theology
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Origin and Etymology of poimenics
Greek poimenikos of a shepherd (from poimen-, poimēn shepherd, pastor + -ikos -ic) + English -s; akin to Greek pōy herd, flock — more at fur
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