[ kon-stan-tn-oh-pol-i-tn, -stan- ]
/ kɒnˈstæn tn oʊˈpɒl ɪ tn, -ˌstæn- /
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See under Nicene Creed (def. 2).
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Origin of Constantinopolitan Creed
First recorded in 1670–80; from Late Latin Constantīnopolītānus, equivalent to Constantīnopol(is) (with Greek polī́tēs “citizen” replacing pólis “city”) + -ānus -an
Words nearby Constantinopolitan Creed
Constantine the Great, Constantine VII, Constantine XI, Constantine XI Palaeologus, Constantinople, Constantinopolitan Creed, constantly, constant of integration, constant region, constant-velocity joint, constatation
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