Definition of Baptisteries

1. Noun. (plural of baptistery) ¹



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Definition of Baptisteries

1. baptistery [n] - See also: baptistery

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Baptisteries

baptised
baptises
baptisia
baptisias
baptising
baptism
baptism by fire
baptism of fire
baptismal
baptismal font
baptismal name
baptismally
baptisms
baptisms by fire
baptisms of fire
baptisteries (current term)
baptistery
baptistic
baptistical
baptistries
baptistry
baptitoxine
baptizable
baptizand
baptizands
baptization
baptizations
baptize
baptized
baptizement

Literary usage of Baptisteries

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1. A History of Baptism: From Inspired and Uninspired Writings by Isaac Taylor Hinton (1849)
"baptisteries," says Mr. Robinson, " are first to be sought where they are ... At this time baptisteries began to be built; but there were none within the ..."

2. The Works of the Rev. Joseph Bingham by Joseph Bingham (1855)
"All that I have further to add about baptisteries here, is an observation made by some ... baptisteries anciently more peculiar to the mother- church. ..."

3. A Dictionary of Christian Antiquities by William Smith, Samuel Cheetham (1893)
"No one of the baptisteries of this period baa come down to the present time in a more unaltered condition than that of the Cathedral of Ravenna, known, ..."

4. The Baptist Quarterly Review by J R Baumes, Robert Stuart MacArtur, Henry C Vedder (1887)
"The subject was a favorite one with Dr. Cutting, and it is believed that these results of his personal examination of ancient baptisteries have a permanent ..."

5. A Brief History of the Baptists and Their Distinctive Principles and by William Cecil Duncan (1855)
"First Baptisms in Rivers, Pools, and Baths—baptisteries introduced in the Fourth Century—Description of a Baptistery—Names applied to the Building—Object of ..."

6. A History of the Modes of Christian Baptism: From Holy Scripture, the by James Chrystal (1861)
"baptisteries. ANCIENT BAPTISMAL RITES. Besides, there is a proverb about " casting pearls," &c. Of course where there is every probability that everything ..."

7. The Alliance of Divine Offices by Hamon L'Estrange (1846)
"baptisteries when erected, the Directory feb de se, (E) Sanctifying of water, ... Many baptized in the same baptisteries. Women and men had several rooms in ..."

8. Origines Ecclesiasticæ: Or, The Antiquities of the Christian Church, and by Joseph Bingham, Richard Bingham (1840)
"We may observe, also, in the forementioned authors, how the baptisteries were ... But the baptisteries might also have this name for another reason, ..."

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