/ (ˌprɛdɪˈkænt) /
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a minister in the Dutch Reformed Church, esp in South Africa
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Word Origin for predikant
from Dutch, from Old French predicant, from Late Latin praedicans preaching, from praedicāre to preach
Words nearby predikant
prediction, predictive, predictor, predictory, predigest, predikant, predilection, predispose, predisposed, predisposition, predistortion
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How to use predikant in a sentence
Ja, I have often heard the predikant talk of Calvinus—and preach about him too.
The predikant is not beside him, in compliance with his own wish.
Truth to tell, he was rather a puzzled predikant at that moment.
You will assuredly be damned,” said the predikant, “and burn in hell.
“But that is folly and an impossibility,” said the predikant.