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Acacian

noun Aca·cian \əˈkāsh(ē)ən\

Definition of Acacian

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  1. :  a follower of Acacius who taught likeness of will alone in the Father and Son in the Christian godhead

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Origin and Etymology of acacian

Acacius †ab a.d. 366 bishop of Caesarea in Palestine + English -an


First Known Use: 1577


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Acacian

adjective Aca·cian \"\

Definition of Acacian

  1. :  of or relating to the Acacians

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First Known Use of acacian

1683


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Acacian

adjective Aca·cian \"\

Definition of Acacian

  1. :  of or relating to a schism occurring 484–519 between Eastern and Western Christian churches

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Origin and Etymology of acacian

Acacius †a.d. 489 patriarch of Constantinople + English -an


First Known Use: 1685


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