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A member of an early Christian or Gnostic sect, believed to have allowed its members to participate in pagan ceremonies. Also generally: a married priest, an opponent of clerical celibacy.
Of or relating to the Nicolaitans or their views; paganistic, libertine.
Early 16th century; earliest use found in The New Testament. From Nicolaite + -an.
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