Uniate

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From Russian униат (uniat).

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Uniate (not comparable)

  1. Of or pertaining to any of several Christian Churches, mostly from Eastern Europe, that are in communion with the Roman Catholic Church, but use their own language and customs
    • 1926, Constance Garnett, translating Nicolai Gogol, ‘A Terrible Revenge’:
      ‘They are worse than the Uniats: they never look into the church of God.’

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