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Calixtine

[ kuh-lik-stahyn, -steen ]
/ kəˈlɪk staɪn, -stin /
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noun

a member of a body of Hussites in the 15th century holding that the chalice as well as the bread should be received by the laity in the Eucharist.

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Also Ca·lix·tin [kuh-lik-stin]. /kəˈlɪk stɪn/.
Also called Utraquist.

Origin of Calixtine

<Medieval Latin Calixtīnus, equivalent to calix cup + -tīnus adj. suffix; see vespertine
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