archidiaconal[är′kə dī ak′ə nəl]
archidiaconal definition by Webster's New World
of an archdeacon or archdeaconry
Origin: Middle English ; from Midieval Latin archidiaconalis
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- archidiaconate noun
archidiaconal definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Of or having to do with an archdeacon or an archdeacon's office.
Origin: Middle English, from Late Latin archidiāconus, archdeacon; see archdeacon.