incardination
noun Etymology: Late Latin incardination-, incardinatio, from incardinare to ordain as chief priest, from Latin in- 2in- + Late Latin cardinalis principal — more at cardinal Date: 1897 the formal acceptance by a diocese of a clergyman from another diocese

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  • incardination — ● incardination nom féminin Incorporation d un clerc à un diocèse ou à un institut religieux. incardination [ɛ̃kaʀdinɑsjɔ̃] n. f. ÉTYM. XXe; de incardiné. ❖ ♦ Relig. Incorporation d un clerc à un diocèse …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Incardination — (v. lat.), 1) die Übertragung der Verwaltung einer bestimmten Kirche an einen fremden Geistlichen; daher Incardinati clerici, Gegensatz zu den einheimischen ordentlichen Geistlichen; 2) Wahl zum Cardinal …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Incardination — Incardination, lat. dtsch., die Uebertragung der Verwaltung einer Kirche an einen fremden Geistlichen; die Aufnahme in das Cardinalcollegium …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • Incardination — Dans l Église catholique romaine et l Église orthodoxe, l’incardination (du latin cardin , la charnière) est le statut par lequel un clerc (diacre ou prêtre) est juridiquement rattaché (c’est à dire : « incardiné ») à une église… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • incardination — (ˌ)inˌ ̷ ̷dənˈāshən, ənˌ noun ( s) Etymology: Late Latin incardination , incardinatio appointment of a priest, from incardinatus + Latin ion , io ion : the act of incardinating a cleric within the enrolled clergy of a diocese * * * incardināˈtion …   Useful english dictionary

  • incardination — acceptance by a diocese of clergyman from another diocese Ecclesiastical Terms …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • incardination — in·car·di·na·tion …   English syllables

  • incardination —  Инкардинация …   Вестминстерский словарь теологических терминов

  • Incardination and Excardination — • In the ecclesiastical sense the words are used to denote that a given person is freed from the jurisdiction of one bishop and is transferred to that of another Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Incardination and Excardination      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Excardination and Incardination — Incardination and its antonym, Excardination derive from the Latin cardo , a pivot, socket, or hinge (also the root of cardinal) hence, the Latin verbs incardinare , to hang on a hinge, or fix and excardinare , to unhinge, or set free. In the… …   Wikipedia

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