Definition of unordain in English:

unordain

verb

  • with object To make unordained; especially to divest (a priest or minister) of holy orders; to defrock. Also (without object): to recant or reverse a previous (act of) ordination.

Origin

Middle English; earliest use found in St. Thomas Becket. From un- + ordain.

Pronunciation

unordain

/(ˌ)ʌnɔːˈdeɪn/