Definition of Laical. Meaning of Laical. Synonyms of Laical

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Definition of Laical

Laical
Laic La"ic, Laical La"ic*al, a. [L. laicus: cf. F. la["i]que. See Lay laic.] Of or pertaining to a layman or the laity. ``Laical literature.' --Lowell. An unprincipled, unedified, and laic rabble. --Milton.

Meaning of Laical from wikipedia

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