Definition of Ordinands

1. Noun. (plural of ordinand) ¹



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Definition of Ordinands

1. ordinand [n] - See also: ordinand

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ordinands

ordinal numbers
ordinal rank
ordinal scale
ordinal scales
ordinal variable
ordinal variables
ordinale
ordinalism
ordinalities
ordinality
ordinally
ordinals
ordinance
ordinances
ordinand
ordinands (current term)
ordinant
ordinants
ordinar
ordinariate
ordinarier
ordinaries
ordinariest
ordinarily
ordinariness
ordinarinesses
ordinarity
ordinars
ordinary annuity

Literary usage of Ordinands

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1. Luther's Pastors: The Reformation in the Ernestine Countryside by Susan C. Karant-Nunn (1979)
"The next year he relayed instructions to the new authorities in Jena; they were thenceforth to require of all ordinands affirmation of the following ..."

2. Outlines of Dogmatic Theology by Sylvester Joseph Hunter (1909)
"(2) All hold their right hands stretched out over the whole body of the " ordinands," while the Bishop alone reads a prayer, asking God to multiply His ..."

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