Synodal

/ˈsɪnəd(ə)l/

Origin

1350–1400; Middle English < Latin synodus < Greek sýnodos meeting, equivalent to syn- syn- + (h)odós way (Source: dictionary.com)

Definitions of Synodal

Synodal

noun

  1. an assembly of ecclesiastics or other church delegates, convoked pursuant to the law of the church, for the discussion and decision of ecclesiastical affairs; ecclesiastical council.
  2. any council.
  3. a local or special ecclesiastical council, esp of a diocese, formally convened to discuss ecclesiastical affairs

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Synodal

adjective

  1. Relating to a synod.

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Synodal

noun

  1. : an ecclesiastical governing or advisory council: such as
  2. : an assembly of bishops in the Roman Catholic Church
  3. : the governing assembly of an Episcopal province
  4. : a Presbyterian governing body ranking between the presbytery and the general assembly
  5. : a regional or national organization of Lutheran congregations
  6. : the ecclesiastical district governed by a synod

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