sekte

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See also: Sekte and sektę

Dutch[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Hyphenation: sek‧te

Etymology[edit]

From Old French secte (a sect in philosophy or religion), from Late Latin secta (a sect in philosophy or religion, a school, party, faction, class, gild, band, particularly a heretical doctrince or sect, etc.), possibly, from Latin sequi (to follow).

Noun[edit]

sekte f (plural sekten or sektes, diminutive sektetje n)

  1. sect

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