• From Old French congregacion, from Latin congregātiō, itself from congregō. Adopted by the English Bible translator William Tyndale, to render the Ancient Greek ἐκκλησία ("those called together, (popular) meeting") (hence Latin ecclēsia) in his New Testament, and preferred by 16th century Reformers instead of church.

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