Definition of Princeite in English:

Princeite

noun

  • A follower of the Rev. Henry James Prince (1811–99), or a member of the religious sect founded by him in the mid 19th cent.; an Agapemonite. Occasionally as adjective (in form Princite): of, belonging to, or relating to this sect.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in The Daily News. From the name of the Rev. Henry James Prince who founded the sect + -ite.

Pronunciation

Princeite

/ˈprɪnsʌɪt/