Meaning of Caelicolae in English:

Caelicolae

Pronunciation /ˈsiːlɪkəli/

noun

(also Coelicolae)
Christian Church
  • A Christian group accused in texts of the 4th–6th centuries of secession from the Church and of Judaizing.

Origin

Mid 17th century (in an earlier sense). From classical Latin caelicolae, plural of caelicola (in post-classical Latin also coelicola) inhabitant of heaven, god or goddess, in post-classical Latin also member of a Christian group accused in texts of the 4th–6th centuries of secession from the Church and of Judaizing, angel from caelum heaven + -cola inhabitant, worshipper.