noun syn·odi·con \sə̇ˈnädə̇ˌkän, sēnȯthēˈkȯn\

Definition of synodicon



  1. :  a letter, decree, or other document emanating from a synod in the Eastern Orthodox Church; specifically :  an instrument of appointment to a high ecclesiastical office (as of a bishop)

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Origin and Etymology of synodicon

Late Greek synodikon, from neuter of synodikos

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