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  • noun historical A Nicolaitan.

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From Late Latin Nicolaita, from Hellenistic Ancient Greek Νικολαΐτης, from Ancient Greek Νικόλαος ("Nicolas"); Nicolas of Antioch was associated with the sect, although the word may have come from a different allegorical use of the name.

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