Definition of Synodal

1. a. Synodical.



2. n. A tribute in money formerly paid to the bishop or archdeacon, at the time of his Easter visitation, by every parish priest, now made to the ecclesiastical commissioners; a procuration.

Definition of Synodal

1. synod [adj] - See also: synod

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Synodal

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synkinesia
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synodal (current term)
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synomone
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Literary usage of Synodal

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

1. Report of the Proceedings by Church congress (1862)
"synodal ACTION IN THE COLONIES. BÏ THE LORD BISHOP OF TASMANIA. THE short time very properly allowed by the regulations of the Congress, ..."

2. A History of Greece: From Its Conquest by the Romans to the Present Time, B by George Finlay (1877)
"In 1852 a law was adopted by the Greek Chambers, enacting all the provisions of the synodal Tomos, without, however, making any mention of that document. ..."

3. A Text-book of Church History by Johann Karl Ludwig Gieseler (1857)
"The synodal tribunals, graduated according to the orders into Episcopal, ... (synodal witnesses, synodal-judges) dicitur ..."

4. Publications by Manx Society, Brandeis Lawyers' Society (1871)
"APPENDIX A. synodal STATUTES OF BISHOP SIMON, AD 1229. THESE are the synodal Statutes and Institutes of the Diocese of Sodor, in the Island of Mann, ..."

5. History of the Society of Jesus in North America; Colonial and Federal by Thomas Hughes (1910)
"The appearance in 1820 of what Mgr. Marechal called a "synodal statute" has ... When the latter began to adduce a "synodal article" against the Superior, ..."

6. Appletons' Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important Events (1877)
"Nevertheless, the synodal representation reported against the opportuneness ... The synodal Council was urged to make greater progress with the introduction ..."

7. Report of the Proceedings by Church congress (1862)
"synodal ACTION IN THE COLONIES. BÏ THE LORD BISHOP OF TASMANIA. THE short time very properly allowed by the regulations of the Congress, ..."

8. A History of Greece: From Its Conquest by the Romans to the Present Time, B by George Finlay (1877)
"In 1852 a law was adopted by the Greek Chambers, enacting all the provisions of the synodal Tomos, without, however, making any mention of that document. ..."

9. A Text-book of Church History by Johann Karl Ludwig Gieseler (1857)
"The synodal tribunals, graduated according to the orders into Episcopal, ... (synodal witnesses, synodal-judges) dicitur ..."

10. Publications by Manx Society, Brandeis Lawyers' Society (1871)
"APPENDIX A. synodal STATUTES OF BISHOP SIMON, AD 1229. THESE are the synodal Statutes and Institutes of the Diocese of Sodor, in the Island of Mann, ..."

11. History of the Society of Jesus in North America; Colonial and Federal by Thomas Hughes (1910)
"The appearance in 1820 of what Mgr. Marechal called a "synodal statute" has ... When the latter began to adduce a "synodal article" against the Superior, ..."

12. Appletons' Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important Events (1877)
"Nevertheless, the synodal representation reported against the opportuneness ... The synodal Council was urged to make greater progress with the introduction ..."

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