[ leg-uh-tin, -tahyn ]
/ ˈlɛg ə tɪn, -ˌtaɪn /
of, relating to, or authorized by a legate.
Words nearby legatine
Example sentences from the Web for legatine
This experiment of investing all the Dominican preachers with legatine authority to condemn without appeal was inconsiderate.A History of The Inquisition of The Middle Ages; volume I |Henry Charles Lea
At Windsor Wolsey constituted his legatine court to bind the contracting parties by oaths enforced by ecclesiastical censures.
The legatine court opened at Blackfriars on the 18th of June 1529, but the final result was certain.
Other cases fell within the jurisdiction of the legatine or national ecclesiastical courts; his did not.Ten Tudor Statesmen |Arthur D. Innes
If your legacy (legatine authority) is a cloak apud homines, it is not apud Deum.