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nun·ci·o

 (nŭn′sē-ō′, no͝on′-)
n. pl. nun·ci·os
A papal ambassador or representative.

[Italian, from Latin nūntius, messenger; see neu- in Indo-European roots.]
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nuncio

(ˈnʌnʃɪˌəʊ; -sɪ-)
n, pl -cios
(Roman Catholic Church) RC Church a diplomatic representative of the Holy See, ranking above an internuncio and esp having ambassadorial status
[C16: via Italian from Latin nuntius messenger]
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nun•ci•o

(ˈnʌn ʃiˌoʊ, -siˌoʊ, ˈnʊn-)

n., pl. -ci•os.
a permanent diplomatic representative of the pope at a foreign court or capital.
[1520–30; < Italian nuncio, nunzio < Latin nūntius messenger]
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Noun1.nuncio - (Roman Catholic Church) a diplomatic representative of the Pope having ambassadorial status
Church of Rome, Roman Catholic Church, Roman Church, Western Church, Roman Catholic - the Christian Church based in the Vatican and presided over by a pope and an episcopal hierarchy
diplomat, diplomatist - an official engaged in international negotiations
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nuncio

noun ambassador, representative, envoy, messenger, legate The papal nuncio is expected to arrive in Prague before the end of this month.
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Translations
nuncij
nuntius

nuncio

[ˈnʌnʃɪəʊ] N (also papal nuncio) → nuncio m apostólico
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nuncio

n (= Papal nuncio)Nuntius m
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Gustavo Gutierrez characterizes it as "a current with its own characteristics (rasgos propios) within TL"; and Roberto Oliveros, recognizing it as an aspect of this, pejoratively labels it "populist theology." (19) Later, this classification into four currents was accepted by theologians of liberation like Joao Batista Libanio and by its critics, such as Methol Ferre and Antonio Quarracino, when he presented Libertatis nuntius, the instruction of the CDF regarding liberation theology.
Sin embargo, su sentido adquiere una mayor dimension si se le vincula a su raiz latina nuntius que significa "mensajero, el que anuncia, la propia noticia" (Coraminas, 1976), ya que sobre este acto se puede advertir, por un lado una opinion o juicio acerca de una experiencia concreta que involucra a toda una comunidad y, por otro lado, la realidad de su publicidad en el espacio publico.
"The market is looking for the bottom, we are not far away from it," said Alexander Moraitakis, head of Athens-based Nuntius Securities.
Jesuits at the Roman College confirmed Galileo's earth-shaking observations, reported in his Sidereus Nuntius. Aristotle's physics was crumbling.
La Instruccion de la Congregacion para la Doctrina de la Fe, Libenatis Nuntius (1984) y el documento de la Comision Teologica Internacional El cristianismo y las religiones (1996).
Interrogando exspectandoque responsum nuntius fessus, ut re imperfecta, redit Gabios; quae dixerit ipse quaeque viderit refert; seu ira seu odio seu superbia insita ingenio nullam eum vocem emisisse.