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- Of, or pertaining to, any church, or person, identifying with the Latter-Day Saint movement started by Joseph Smith in the 19th century, the largest denomination of which is the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
- A member of the Latter-day Saint movement or The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
- The early Latter-day Saints used to practice polygamy.
- (religionists) religion, religionist; African traditionalist, animist, Asatruar, Baha'i, Buddhist, Christian, Confucianist, deist, Druid, Eckist, freethinker, heathen, Hindu, Jain, Jew, LaVeyan, Luciferian, Muslim, mysticist, New Thoughter, New Ager, occultist, Odinist, pagan, Rastafarian, Raëlian, religious humanist, Santerían, Scientologist, shamanist, Shintoist, Sikh, spiritist, Taoist, Tenrikyoist, Thelemite, theosophist, Unitarian Universalist, Wiccan, Zoroastrian (Category: en:Religion) 
member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints