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diaconal

[ dahy-ak-uh-nl ]
/ daɪˈæk ə nl /
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adjective
pertaining to a deacon.
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Origin of diaconal

From the Late Latin word diāconālis, dating back to 1605–15. See deacon, -al1
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British Dictionary definitions for diaconal

diaconal
/ (daɪˈækənəl) /

adjective
of or associated with a deacon or the diaconate

Word Origin for diaconal

C17: from Late Latin diāconālis, from diāconus deacon
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