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classis

[ klas-is ]
/ ˈklæs ɪs /
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noun, plural clas·ses [klas-eez]. /ˈklæs iz/. (in certain Reformed churches)
the organization of pastors and elders that governs a group of local churches; a presbytery.
the group of churches governed by such an organization.
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Origin of classis

1585–95; <Latin: class
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British Dictionary definitions for classis

classis
/ (ˈklæsɪs) /

noun plural classes (ˈklæsiːz) (in some Reformed Churches)
a governing body of elders or pastors
the district or group of local churches directed by such a body

Word Origin for classis

C16: from Latin; see class
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