noun, Roman Catholic Church.
the dogma that the pope cannot err in a solemn teaching addressed to the whole church on a matter of faith or morals.
[pey-puh-lahyz] /ˈpeɪ pəˌlaɪz/ verb (used with or without object), papalized, papalizing. 1. to become or render .
- Papal law
noun a decree of regulations made or adopted by the Pope for the Roman Catholic Church and its members
plural noun 1. the areas comprising a large district in central Italy ruled as a temporal domain by the popes from a.d. 755 until the greater part of it was annexed in 1860, by Victor Emmanuel II: the remaining part, Rome and its environs, was absorbed into the kingdom of Italy in 1870. plural noun […]
- Papanicolaou smear
Papanicolaou smear Pa·pa·ni·co·laou smear (pä’pə-nē’kə-lou’, pāp’ə-nĭk’ə-lou’) n. See Pap smear.