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Eastern Church the Eastern Orthodox Church. [1/2 definitions]
Eastern Orthodox Church the modern group of Christian churches, such as the Russian and Greek Orthodox, that originated in the Eastern Roman Empire.
Greek of or pertaining to the Greek Orthodox Church or its adherents. [1/6 definitions]
Greek Orthodox Church the national church of Greece, which is a part of the Eastern Orthodox Church. [2 definitions]
Holy Synod the governing body of any of the Eastern Orthodox churches, composed of bishops under the authority of a patriarch.
icon a visual representation of a deity or sacred personage which is itself regarded as sacred, esp. in certain churches, such as the Russian Orthodox. [1/4 definitions]
Kyrie eleison Lord, have mercy (Greek); a supplication or invocation that is part of many liturgies in the Greek Orthodox and Roman Catholic Churches. [1/2 definitions]
liberal not adhering to the literal, exact, or orthodox; freely interpretive; not strict. [1/8 definitions]
metropolitan a bishop who is the head of a church province, as in the Eastern Orthodox Church. [1/7 definitions]
nonorthodox combined form of orthodox.
orthodox (cap.) of, concerning, or designating the Eastern Christian churches, such as the Greek or Russian Orthodox churches, or Orthodox Judaism or Jews. [1/4 definitions]
Orthodox Eastern Church variant of Eastern Orthodox Church.
orthodoxy the condition or quality of being orthodox. [2 definitions]
Pietist a member of a German movement of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries that stressed personal piety over orthodox devotion in seeking to change certain formalities within the Lutheran Church.
pope a priest in the Eastern Orthodox Church. [1/3 definitions]
revisionism any doctrine or view of history that departs from a longstanding or widely accepted doctrine or view, esp. from orthodox Marxism, or that advocates practices that depart from it.
Sunna the traditional body of Muslim law, based on the teachings and practices of Muhammad but not attributed directly to him, and followed by orthodox Muslims.
Talmud the two-part collection of rabbinic writings on civil and religious law that is authoritative for traditional, esp. Orthodox, Judaism. (See Mishnah, Gemara.)
ultraorthodox combined form of orthodox.
unorthodox deviating from that which is customary, generally approved, or conventional; not orthodox.
yeshiva an Orthodox Jewish school or college for Talmudic studies and the training of rabbis. [2 definitions]