How to Pronounce uniat?

Correct pronunciation for the word "uniat" is [jˈuːnɪˌat], [jˈuːnɪˌat], [j_ˈuː_n_ɪ__ˌa_t].

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"Uniat" in context

Uniat is an acronym which stands for "union in which one independent church is united with another, larger church". It is a term used to describe a particular form of union, where an independent church joins an established, larger religious body. Typically, this is for the purpose of ordaining clergy and performing religious services within the larger church. Uniat is believed to have originated in the Eastern Orthodox Church, with the first Uniat being established in Constantinople in the late 1300s. Uniat churches can be found throughout Eastern Europe, and in some places in the United States, including the Roman Catholic Church in Pittsburgh.

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