nuncio

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Latin nūntius ‎(envoy).

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nuncio ‎(plural nuncios)

  1. Ecclesiastic title of a permanent diplomatic representative of the Roman Catholic Church to a sovereign state or international organisation, accorded rank equivalent to an accredited ambassador, and may also be given additional privileges including recognition as Dean in a country's diplomatic corps.

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nūnciō m

  1. dative singular of nūncius
  2. ablative singular of nūncius

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Latin nūntius.

Noun[edit]

nuncio m ‎(plural nuncios)

  1. messenger
  2. (Catholicism) nuncio