Definition of Pallottine in English:

Pallottine

(also Pallotine)

adjective

  • Of, designating, or relating to any of the religious societies or orders established by Pallotti from 1835 onwards.

noun

  • A member of a Pallottine order.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in The Tablet. From the name of Vincent Pallotti, Italian priest, who in 1835 founded the Society of the Catholic Apostolate, a society of Roman Catholic priests, lay brothers, sisters, and associates, known formerly as the Pious Society of Missions, and popularly as the Pallottine Fathers + -ine.

Pronunciation

Pallottine

/ˈpalətʌɪn/