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Mennonite British & World English

A member of a Protestant sect originating in Friesland in the 16th century and now mainly located in the US and Canada, emphasizing adult baptism and rejecting Church organization, military service, and public office

Old Order Mennonite in old order British & World English

The order of the Mennonite church which most strictly observes the oldest forms of worship and preserves the most conservative codes of behaviour, dress, etc. Chiefly in the names of various sects of the Mennonite church in the United States; frequently attributive in Old Order Amish, Old Order Brethren, Old Order Mennonite, etc.