Origin of laic
OTHER WORDS FROM laicla·i·cal·ly, adverb
Words nearby laic
How to use laic in a sentence
Touching my peers, it is but necessary to say, that Mistress Martha Trapbois will none of them, whether clerical or laic.The Fortunes of Nigel|Sir Walter Scott
To offset such irrefutable evidence there is not one contemporary reference to a laic, or communal purpose.
Viollet-le-Duc called Laon the laic cathedral par excellence.
He was a faithful Laic and an Oblate, and when he finished his course was seventy years of age.
He was a devout man and very trusty; a Laic and Resignate that was born at Ralt, and he was nearly seventy-one years old.