Definition of Digamists

1. Noun. (plural of digamist) ¹

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Definition of Digamists

1. digamist [n] - See also: digamist

Lexicographical Neighbors of Digamists

dig deep
dig in
dig in one's heels
dig into
dig one's own grave
dig out
dig out of a hole
dig up
dig up dirt
digamists (current term)
digastric branch of facial nerve
digastric fossa
digastric groove
digastric muscle
digastric notch
digastric triangle

Literary usage of Digamists

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Hippolytus and Callistus: Or, The Church of Rome in the First Half of the by Johann Joseph Ignaz von Döllinger, Alfred Plummer (1876)
"FOURTH CHARGE : ORDINATION OF digamists. A fourth charge which Hippolytus raises against Callistus is, that under him men who had already been married twice ..."

2. A Select Library of Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian Church by Philip Schaff, Henry Wace (1900)
"A presbyter ought not to be present at the marriage of digamists. ... nevertheless the Fathers enjoined a penance upon digamists and those repeating ..."

3. Index Canonum: The Greek Text, an English Translation and a Complete Digest by John Fulton (1892)
"The Cathari, who are reconciled to the Catholic Church, must promise to communicate with digamists (Nie. Vlll). DIGNITY, SECULAR—Clergymen and Monks are ..."

4. Origines Ecclesiasticæ: Or, The Antiquities of the Christian Church, and by Joseph Bingham (1834)
"I. That all Persons w.erc tp bp refused Orders, as digamists, who vert twice Married afler Baptism. One very common and prevailing notion was, ..."

5. A Dictionary of Christian Antiquities by William Smith, Samuel Cheetham (1893)
"... bears that the presbyter ought not to be present at the marriage festivities of digamists, as the act would be incompatible with his assigning a penance ..."

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