Anglican (adjective)

  1. Relating to the Church of England or to any of the churches in the Anglican Communion.
  2. Relating to the Church of England and the churches that are in Communion with it.

Origin:

Late 16th century: from latin anglicanus, from angli "english people" + -canus "of the kind of".

Examples:

  1. He is an Anglican priest.
  2. The Anglican Church is the established church in England.
  3. The Anglican Communion is a worldwide association of churches.
  4. The school is affiliated with the Anglican Church.
  5. The Anglican service was conducted in a traditional manner.
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