[trahy-den-tin, -tahyn, -teen]
of or relating to the city of Trent.
of or relating to the Council of Trent.
conforming to the decrees and doctrines of the Council of Trent.
Origin of Tridentine
1555–65; < Medieval Latin Tridentīnus, adj. use of Latin Tridentīnus area of the Rhaetian Alps around Tridentum; see -ine1
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Historical Examples of post-tridentine
Protestants can as little bear its Ante-nicene as its Post-tridentine period.An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine
John Henry Cardinal Newman
- of or relating to the Council of Trent
- in accord with Tridentine doctrine
an orthodox Roman Catholic
Word Origin for Tridentine
C16: from Medieval Latin Tridentīnus, from Tridentum Trent
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