Definition of Macmillanite in English:

Macmillanite

noun

historical
  • A member of the body subsequently known as the Reformed Presbyterian Church of Scotland.

Origin

Early 18th century; earliest use found in Robert Wodrow (1679–1734), ecclesiastical historian. From the name of John Macmillan, the first ordained leader of the Church + -ite.

Pronunciation

Macmillanite

/məkˈmɪlənʌɪt/