catechetical

or cat·e·chet·ic

[kat-i-ket-i-kuh l or kat-i-ket-ik]

Origin of catechetical

1610–20; < late Medieval Latin catēchētic(us) (< Greek katēchē- (see catechesis) + Medieval Latin -ticus -tic) + -al1
Related formscat·e·chet·i·cal·ly, adverb
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catechetical

catechetic

adjective
  1. of or relating to teaching by question and answer
Derived Formscatechetically, adverb
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