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Anglo-Catholic
Anglo-Catholic An"glo-Cath"o*lic, a., Of or pertaining to a church modeled on the English Reformation; Anglican; -- sometimes restricted to the ritualistic or High Church section of the Church of England.
Anglo-Catholic
Anglo-Catholic An"glo-Cath"o*lic, n. A member of the Church of England who contends for its catholic character; more specifically, a High Churchman.
Anglo-Catholicism
Anglo-Catholicism An"glo-Ca*thol"i*cism, n. The belief of those in the Church of England who accept many doctrines and practices which they maintain were those of the primitive, or true, Catholic Church, of which they consider the Church of England to be the lineal descendant.
Catholic
Catholic Cath"o*lic (k[a^]th"[-o]*[i^]k), a. [L. catholicus, Gr. kaqoliko`s, universal, general; kata` down, wholly + "o`los whole, probably akin to E. solid: cf. F. catholique.] 1. Universal or general; as, the catholic faith. Men of other countries [came] to bear their part in so great and catholic a war. --Southey. Note: This epithet, which is applicable to the whole Christian church, or its faith, is claimed by Roman Catholics to belong especially to their church, and in popular usage is so limited. 2. Not narrow-minded, partial, or bigoted; liberal; as, catholic tastes. 3. Of or pertaining to, or affecting the Roman Catholics; as, the Catholic emancipation act. Catholic epistles, the epistles of the apostles which are addressed to all the faithful, and not to a particular church; being those of James, Peter, Jude, and John.
Catholic
Catholic Cath"o*lic, n. 1. A person who accepts the creeds which are received in common by all parts of the orthodox Christian church. 2. An adherent of the Roman Catholic church; a Roman Catholic. Old Catholic, the name assumed in 1870 by members of the Roman Catholic church, who denied the ecumenical character of the Vatican Council, and rejected its decrees, esp. that concerning the infallibility of the pope, as contrary to the ancient Catholic faith.
Catholic epistles
Catholic Cath"o*lic (k[a^]th"[-o]*[i^]k), a. [L. catholicus, Gr. kaqoliko`s, universal, general; kata` down, wholly + "o`los whole, probably akin to E. solid: cf. F. catholique.] 1. Universal or general; as, the catholic faith. Men of other countries [came] to bear their part in so great and catholic a war. --Southey. Note: This epithet, which is applicable to the whole Christian church, or its faith, is claimed by Roman Catholics to belong especially to their church, and in popular usage is so limited. 2. Not narrow-minded, partial, or bigoted; liberal; as, catholic tastes. 3. Of or pertaining to, or affecting the Roman Catholics; as, the Catholic emancipation act. Catholic epistles, the epistles of the apostles which are addressed to all the faithful, and not to a particular church; being those of James, Peter, Jude, and John.
Catholical
Catholical Ca*thol"i*cal, a. Catholic. [Obs.]
Catholicism
Catholicism Ca*thol"i*cism, n. [Cf. F. catholicisme.] 1. The state or quality of being catholic or universal; catholicity. --Jer. Taylor. 2. Liberality of sentiment; breadth of view. 3. The faith of the whole orthodox Christian church, or adherence thereto. 4. The doctrines or faith of the Roman Catholic church, or adherence thereto.
Catholicity
Catholicity Cath`o*lic"i*ty, n. 1. The state or quality of being catholic; universality. 2. Liberality of sentiments; catholicism. 3. Adherence or conformity to the system of doctrine held by all parts of the orthodox Christian church; the doctrine so held; orthodoxy. 4. Adherence to the doctrines of the church of Rome, or the doctrines themselves.
Catholicize
Catholicize Ca*thol"i*cize, v. t. & i. To make or to become catholic or Roman Catholic.
Catholicly
Catholicly Cath"o*lic*ly, adv. In a catholic manner; generally; universally. --Sir L. Cary.
Catholicness
Catholicness Cath"o*lic*ness, n. The quality of being catholic; universality; catholicity.
Catholicon
Catholicon Ca*thol"i*con, n. [Gr. ?, neut. ?, universal. See Catholic.] (Med.) A remedy for all diseases; a panacea.
Catholicos
Catholicos Ca*thol"i*cos, n. [NL. See Catholic.] (Eccl.) The spiritual head of the Armenian church, who resides at Etchmiadzin, Russia, and has ecclesiastical jurisdiction over, and consecrates the holy oil for, the Armenians of Russia, Turkey, and Persia, including the Patriarchs of Constantinople, Jerusalem, and Sis. Note: The Patriarch of Constantinople is the civil head of the Armenians in Turkey.
Celluar pathology
Pathology Pa*thol"o*gy (-j[y^]), n.; pl. Pathologies (-j[i^]z). [Gr. pa`qos a suffering, disease + -logy: cf. F. pathologie.] (Med.) The science which treats of diseases, their nature, causes, progress, symptoms, etc. Note: Pathology is general or special, according as it treats of disease or morbid processes in general, or of particular diseases; it is also subdivided into internal and external, or medical and surgical pathology. Its departments are nosology, [ae]tiology, morbid anatomy, symptomatology, and therapeutics, which treat respectively of the classification, causation, organic changes, symptoms, and cure of diseases. Celluar pathology, a theory that gives prominence to the vital action of cells in the healthy and diseased function of the body. --Virchow.
Cyatholith
Cyatholith Cy*ath"olith (s?-?th"?-l?th), n. [Gr. ky`aqos a cup + -lith.] (Biol.) A kind of coccolith, which in shape resembles a minute cup widened at the top, and varies in size from 1/6000 to 1/8000 of an inch.
datholite
Datolite Dat"o*lite, n. [From. Gr. ? to divide + -lite; in allusion to the granular structure of a massive variety.] (Min.) A borosilicate of lime commonly occuring in glassy,, greenish crystals. [Written also datholite.]
Diacatholicon
Diacatholicon Di`a*ca*thol"i*con, n. [Pref. dia- + catholicon.] (Med.) A universal remedy; -- name formerly to a purgative electuary.
Hippopathology
Hippopathology Hip`po*pa*thol`o*gy, n. [Gr. "i`ppos horse + E. pathology: cf. F. hippopathologie.] The science of veterinary medicine; the pathology of the horse.
Humoral pathology
Humoral Hu"mor*al, a. [Cf. F. humoral.] Pertaining to, or proceeding from, the humors; as, a humoral fever. Humoral pathology (Med.), the pathology, or doctrine of the nature of diseases, which attributes all morbid phenomena to the disordered condition of the fluids or humors of the body.
Old Catholic
Catholic Cath"o*lic, n. 1. A person who accepts the creeds which are received in common by all parts of the orthodox Christian church. 2. An adherent of the Roman Catholic church; a Roman Catholic. Old Catholic, the name assumed in 1870 by members of the Roman Catholic church, who denied the ecumenical character of the Vatican Council, and rejected its decrees, esp. that concerning the infallibility of the pope, as contrary to the ancient Catholic faith.
Pathologic
Pathologic Path`o*log"ic, Pathological Path`o*log"ic*al, a. (Med.) Morbid; due to disease; abnormal; as, pathological tissue; a pathological condition.
Pathologic
Pathologic Path`o*log"ic, Pathological Path`o*log"ic*al, a. [Gr. ?: cf. F. pathologique.] Of or pertaining to pathology. -- Path`o*log"ic*al*ly, adv.
Pathological
Pathologic Path`o*log"ic, Pathological Path`o*log"ic*al, a. (Med.) Morbid; due to disease; abnormal; as, pathological tissue; a pathological condition.
Pathological
Pathologic Path`o*log"ic, Pathological Path`o*log"ic*al, a. [Gr. ?: cf. F. pathologique.] Of or pertaining to pathology. -- Path`o*log"ic*al*ly, adv.
Pathologically
Pathologic Path`o*log"ic, Pathological Path`o*log"ic*al, a. [Gr. ?: cf. F. pathologique.] Of or pertaining to pathology. -- Path`o*log"ic*al*ly, adv.
Pathologies
Pathology Pa*thol"o*gy (-j[y^]), n.; pl. Pathologies (-j[i^]z). [Gr. pa`qos a suffering, disease + -logy: cf. F. pathologie.] (Med.) The science which treats of diseases, their nature, causes, progress, symptoms, etc. Note: Pathology is general or special, according as it treats of disease or morbid processes in general, or of particular diseases; it is also subdivided into internal and external, or medical and surgical pathology. Its departments are nosology, [ae]tiology, morbid anatomy, symptomatology, and therapeutics, which treat respectively of the classification, causation, organic changes, symptoms, and cure of diseases. Celluar pathology, a theory that gives prominence to the vital action of cells in the healthy and diseased function of the body. --Virchow.
Pathologist
Pathologist Pa*thol"o*gist, n. [Cf. F. pathologiste.] One skilled in pathology; an investigator in pathology; as, the pathologist of a hospital, whose duty it is to determine the causes of the diseases.
Pathology
Pathology Pa*thol"o*gy, n. (Med.) The condition of an organ, tissue, or fluid produced by disease.
Pathology
Pathology Pa*thol"o*gy (-j[y^]), n.; pl. Pathologies (-j[i^]z). [Gr. pa`qos a suffering, disease + -logy: cf. F. pathologie.] (Med.) The science which treats of diseases, their nature, causes, progress, symptoms, etc. Note: Pathology is general or special, according as it treats of disease or morbid processes in general, or of particular diseases; it is also subdivided into internal and external, or medical and surgical pathology. Its departments are nosology, [ae]tiology, morbid anatomy, symptomatology, and therapeutics, which treat respectively of the classification, causation, organic changes, symptoms, and cure of diseases. Celluar pathology, a theory that gives prominence to the vital action of cells in the healthy and diseased function of the body. --Virchow.

Meaning of Athol from wikipedia

- division Athol, a rural community in North Glengarry, Ontario Athol, Idaho, a city Athol, Kansas, a city Athol, Kentucky, an unincorporated community Athol, M****achusetts...
- Athol Fugard FRSL OIS (born 11 June 1932) is a South African playwright, novelist, actor, and director widely regarded as South Africa’s greatest playwright...
- Athol George Guy, AO (born 5 January 1940), is a member of the Australian pop music group The S****ers, for whom he plays double b**** and sings. He is...
- Athol /ˈæθɒl/ is a town in Worcester County, M****achusetts, United States. The po****tion was 11,584 at the 2010 census. Originally called Pequoiag when...
- Athol Junction is a place in Springfield, M****achusetts, named after the rail line that split off to Athol, M****achusetts, before The Quabbin Reservoir...
- Athol is a city in Kootenai County, Idaho, United States. The po****tion was 692 at the 2010 census, up from 676 in 2000. It is part of the Coeur d'Alene...
- William Athol Gill (1937–1992), often known as Athol Gill or Dr. Athol Gill, was an influential Australian theologian and one of the leaders of the Australian...
- ‹ The template Infobox islands is being considered for merging. › Athol Island is a small island in the Bahamas, which lies 0.75 miles (1.21 km) east...
- Blair Athol may refer to several places: Australia Blair Athol, New South Wales, Australia Blair Athol, Queensland, a town in Australia Blair Athol, South...
- Athol, Ontario can mean the following places: Athol Bay, Prince Edward County, Ontario Athol, an unincorporated place north of Maxville, Ontario This disambiguation...
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