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cat•e•chu•men



Pronunciation: (kat"i-kyOO'mun), [key]
n.
1. Eccles.a person under instruction in the rudiments of Christianity, as in the early church; a neophyte.
2. a person being taught the elementary facts, principles, etc., of any subject.

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