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ordination (s) (noun), ordinations (pl)
The naming of an individual to a specific role within a religious institution: Adam's family was attending hisĀ ordination as an assistant pastor in their church.
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coordination, co-ordination (s) (noun), coordinations, co-ordinations (pl)
1. A smooth functioning of the movementsĀ of the arms and legs of the body: The audience applauded at the coordination of the gymnast who was performing high above the floor of the circus tent without a safety net.
2. Etymology: from Latin coordinationem, from Latin coordinare, "to set in order, to arrange"; from com-. "together" + ordinatio, "arrangement".