Dutch Reformed

Dutch Reformed

noun
of or pertaining to a Protestant denomination (Dutch Reformed Church) founded by Dutch settlers in New York in 1628 and renamed the Reformed Church in America in 1867.

Origin:
1815–25, Americanism

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