Definition of iconodule in English:

iconodule

noun

  • A person who favours the veneration of religious icons (especially as contrasted historically with an iconoclast).

    • ‘In the last years of the eighth century an iconodule party was in power, and the ruler was a woman, the Empress Irene, who had achieved her position by having her son, the Emperor Constantine VI, blinded.’
    • ‘Theodore of Studion was a leading inconodule in this phase of the controversy.’

Pronunciation

iconodule

/ˌʌɪkənə(ʊ)ˈdjuːl/