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ante-Nicene

[ an-tee-nahy-seen, -nahy-seen ]
/ ˌæn ti naɪˈsin, -ˈnaɪ sin /
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of or relating to the Christian church or period before the Nicene Council of a.d. 325.

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Also an·te-Ni·cae·an [an-tee-nahy-see-uhn]. /ˌæn ti naɪˈsi ən/.
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