priestianity

noun
priest·ian·i·ty | \ˌprēs(h)chēˈanətē also ˌprēstēˈa- or prēs(h)ˈcha- sometimes prēstˈya-\
plural -es

Definition of priestianity 

disparaging

: religion that emphasizes the office or power of the priest

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History and Etymology for priestianity

priest entry 1 + -ianity (as in christianity)

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