\\ˈ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷+ˌsefəlē\ noun (-es)
Etymology: Late Latin autocephalia, from Late Greek autokephalos + Latin -ia -y
: the state of being autocephalous

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/aw"teuh sef'euh lee/, n.
the state of being autocephalous.

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autocephˈaly noun
Condition of being autocephalous
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Main Entry:autocephalous

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