ordinand

[ awr-dn-and ]
/ ˈɔr dnˌænd /

noun

Ecclesiastical. a candidate for ordination.

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Origin of ordinand

1835–45; < Late Latin ordinandus, gerundive of ordināre to ordain
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British Dictionary definitions for ordinand

ordinand
/ (ˈɔːdɪˌnænd) /

noun

Christianity a candidate for ordination
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