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ItalianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin laicus.

AdjectiveEdit

laico m ‎(feminine singular laica, masculine plural laici, feminine plural laiche)

  1. lay
  2. secular

NounEdit

laico m ‎(plural laici) feminine laica

  1. layman
  2. lay brother

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PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin lāicus(lay; unconsecrated), from Ancient Greek λαϊκός(laïkós, of the people), from λαός(laós, the people). Compare leigo, from Old Portuguese.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

laico m (plural laicos)

  1. layman (someone who is not an ordained cleric)

AdjectiveEdit

laico m ‎(feminine singular laica, masculine plural laicos, feminine plural laicas, not comparable)

  1. lay (not belonging to the clergy, but associated with them)
  2. non-religious (having no relation with religion)
  3. secular (not bound by the vows of a monastic order)

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SpanishEdit

AdjectiveEdit

laico m ‎(feminine singular laica, masculine plural laicos, feminine plural laicas)

  1. lay, secular

NounEdit

laico m ‎(plural laicos)

  1. layman