archiepiscopal[är′kē ē pis′kə pəl]
archiepiscopal definition by Webster's New World
of an archbishop or archbishopric
Origin: see archi- and amp; episcopacy
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- archiepiscopate noun
archiepiscopal definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Of or having to do with an archbishop or an archbishopric.
Origin: Medieval Latin archiepiscopālis, from Late Latin archiepiscopus, archbishop; see archbishop.
- arˌchi·e·pisˌco·palˈi·ty noun
- arˌchi·e·pisˈco·pal·ly adverb
- arˌchi·e·pisˈco·pate noun