the making of profit out of sacred things.
the sin of buying or selling ecclesiastical preferments, benefices, etc.
(Christianity) the practice, now usually regarded as a sin, of buying or selling spiritual or Church benefits such as pardons, relics, etc, or preferments
- Simon zelotes
/zɪˈləʊtiːz/ noun 1. Saint Simon Zelotes, one of the 12 apostles, who had probably belonged to the Zealot party before becoming a Christian (Luke 6:15). Owing to a misinterpretation of two similar Aramaic words he is also, but mistakenly, called the Canaanite (Matthew 10:4). Feast day: Oct 28 or May 10
noun 1. a strong suffocating sand-laden wind of the deserts of Arabia and North Africa Also called samiel
noun, Informal. 1. a fool; simpleton. noun 1. (US, slang) short for simpleton simp simp simpleton
Early simulation language with fixed time steps. “Simpac User’s Manual”, R.P. Bennett et al, TM-602/000/000, Sys Devel Corp, Apr 1962.