Anabaptism /ˌanəˈbaptɪz(ə)m/

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I. noun [ mass noun]

1. the doctrine that baptism should only be administered to believing adults, held by a radical Protestant sect of the 16th century.
II. derivatives

Anabaptist /anəˈbaptɪst /
noun, adjective


– origin mid 16th cent.: via ecclesiastical Latin from Greek anabaptismos, from ana- ‘over again’ + baptismos ‘baptism’.

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