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Definition of Excommunicate

Excommunicate
Excommunicate Ex"com*mu"ni*cate, a. [L. excommunicatus, p. p. of communicare to excommunicate; ex out + communicare. See Communicate.] Excommunicated; interdicted from the rites of the church. -- n. One excommunicated. Thou shalt stand cursed and excommunicate. --Shak.
Excommunicate
Excommunicate Ex`com*mu"ni*cate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Excommunicated; p. pr. & vb. n. Excommunicating.] 1. To put out of communion; especially, to cut off, or shut out, from communion with the church, by an ecclesiastical sentence. 2. To lay under the ban of the church; to interdict. Martin the Fifth . . . was the first that excommunicated the reading of heretical books. --Miltin.

Meaning of Excommunicate from wikipedia

- to their form of excommunication. The Amish have also been known to excommunicate members that were either seen or known for breaking rules, or questioning...
- Rouen, was summarily executed; Robert de Livet, Canon of Rouen, who had excommunicated the English king, was packed off to England and imprisoned for five...
- authority. The Church excommunicates as a last resort and at least nowadays, very rarely. Excommunications are lifted when the excommunicated person repents...
- This is a list of some of the more notable people excommunicated by the Catholic Church. It includes only excommunications acknowledged or imposed by a...
- to his mother and her blessings. The local chief disregarded it, and excommunicated him from his caste. But Gandhi ignored this, and on 4 September, he...
- in English ecclesiastical law, issued out of chancery, that a man be excommunicated for forty days, and imprisoned until he submits himself to the authority...
- challenging the practice of selling of indulgences. He was subsequently excommunicated in the papal bull Exsurge Domine in 1520, and his followers were condemned...
- criticised the Latin west of adding of the filioque clause after being excommunicated by Nicholas I. Though the schism was reconciled, unresolved issues would...
- be made to the Pope. Additionally, government officials could not be excommunicated for acts committed in pursuance of their duties. Although the king could...
- spread throughout Europe. In 1521 the Edict of Worms condemned and excommunicated Luther and his followers, resulting in the schism of the Western Christendom...
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