Definition of Oecumenic

1. Adjective. Concerned with promoting unity among churches or religions. "The ecumenical movement"

Exact synonyms: Ecumenic, Ecumenical, Oecumenical
Similar to: Nonsectarian, Unsectarian
Derivative terms: Ecumenism, Ecumenism, Oecumenism



Definition of Oecumenic

1. Adjective. (ecumenical Ecumenical). ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Oecumenic

œconomically
œconomick
œconomics
œconomies
œconomise
œconomist
œconomists
œconomize
œconomized
œconomizes
œconomizing
œconomy
œcoparasite
œcophobia
œcumene
œcumenic
œcumenicity
œcumenism
œcumenist
œcumenists
œcumenopolitan
œnamnesia
œnochoe
œnolin
œnologic
œnologue
œnologues
œnomancy
œnomaniac
œnophorum

Literary usage of Oecumenic

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1. Journal of Theological Studies (1904)
"... I the oecumenic Councils of the fourth and fifth centuries were organized to represent both Church and State ; and that, by consequence, to view them as ..."

2. The History of Christianity: From the Birth of Christ to the Abolition of by Henry Hart Milman (1840)
"... to the conduct of persons during the time of persecution. The Council of Laodicea has some curious general canons. The first oecumenic council was ..."

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