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predicant (s) (noun), predicants (pl)
1. Someone who affirms, or proclaims; specifically, characterized by a preacher: A large congregation was in the local church listening to their predicant who was presenting and explaining passages from the Bible.
2. Etymology: from Latin praedicans, "a declaration"; from the verb praedicare, in ecclesiastical Latin, "to preach".
A preacher.
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Word Entries at Get Words: “predicant
A person who affirms, preaches, or proclaims, as characterized by a preacher. (1)