sæcular

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sæcular (comparative more sæcular, superlative most sæcular)

  1. Archaic spelling of secular.
    • 1893 CE, Rodolfo Lanciani, Pagan and Christian Rome, page #74:
      The origin of the sæcular games seems to be this: In the early days of Rome the northwest section of the Campus Martius, bordering on the Tiber, was conspicuous for traces of volcanic activity.
    • 1896 CE, Bagshaw, in The Archpriest Controversy, Nichols and Sons; part V, page #239:
      De Rectoribus was made by some sæcular priests for some better vnited order.

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