Constantinopolitan Creed

/kon stan"tn oh pol"i tn, -stan'-/.
See under Nicene Creed (def. 2).
[1670-80; < LL Constantinopolitanus, equiv. to Constantinopol(is) CONSTANTINOPLE (with Gk polítes citizen r. pólis city) + -anus -AN]

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