êtchuménique

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Norman[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin oecūmenicus, from Ancient Greek οἰκουμενικός ‎(oikoumenikós, concerning οἰκουμένη ‎(hē oikouménē, the inhabited (earth))”, “the whole (known) world)}}.

Adjective[edit]

êtchuménique m, f (masculine and feminine plural êtchuméniques)

  1. (Jersey, ecclesiastical, etc.) ecumenical

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