Legantine
Legantine \Le*gan"tine\ (l[-e]*g[a^]n"t[i^]n), a. [Obs.] See {Legatine}. [1913 Webster]

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  • legantine — ˈlegəntə̇n, n.ˌtīn adjective Etymology: probably from Latin legant , legans (present participle of legare to send with a commission or charge, send as a deputy) + English ine : legatine exercise his legantine functions William Robertson †1686 …   Useful english dictionary

  • legantine — leg·an·tine …   English syllables

  • legantine constitutions — /legantan k6nst3t(y)uwshanz/ The name of a code of ecclesiastical laws, enacted in national synods, held under legates from Pope Gregory IX, and Clement IV, in the reign of Henry III, about the years 1220 and 1268 …   Black's law dictionary

  • legantine constitutions — /legantan k6nst3t(y)uwshanz/ The name of a code of ecclesiastical laws, enacted in national synods, held under legates from Pope Gregory IX, and Clement IV, in the reign of Henry III, about the years 1220 and 1268 …   Black's law dictionary

  • John Bell (bishop) — John Bell LL. D ( d. 1556) was Bishop of Worcester (1539 1543), who served during the reign of Henry VIII of England. Anglican PortalReformationThe advent of movable type during the renaissance and its further innovation by Gutenberg, Fust, and… …   Wikipedia

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