acatholic

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Etymology[edit]

a- +‎ Catholic

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acatholic (comparative more acatholic, superlative most acatholic)

  1. not Catholic
    1838, The British Magazine, volume 14, John Turill, page 253: 
    In accordance herewith, therefore, especially whenever a catholic woman wishes to marry an acatholic man, she is to be diligently instructed by the bishop or parish priest as to the sentence of the canons respecting such marriages []

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