from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In ecclesiastical history, about the fourth century, one of a body of minor clergy who were employed as grave-diggers, and more commonly known as Copiatæ.
- n. One of a body of sectaries, about the fifteenth century, who rejected the sacraments, and celebrated their peculiar rites in ditches and caves.
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