Isapostolic Is*ap`os*tol"ic, a. [Gr. ?.] Having equal, or almost equal, authority with the apostles of their teachings.

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  • isapostolic — adjective having equivalent, or almost equivalent, authority with the apostles of their teachings. Nemanja became an isapostolic ruler, who was then able to introduce Christianity into his country …   Wiktionary

  • isapostolic — (|)īs also (|)īz+ adjective Etymology: Late Greek isapostolos isapostolic (from Greek is + apostolos apostle) + English ic more at apostle : equal to or contemporaneous with the apostles used especially of bishops consecrated by the apostles …   Useful english dictionary

  • isapostolic — is·apostolic …   English syllables

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