noun Al·ber·tist \al-ˈbər-tist, ˈal-bər-\

Definition of Albertist



  1. :  a follower of Albertus Magnus, who adapted Aristotle's philosophy to Christian theology

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Origin and Etymology of albertist

Albertus Magnus (Albert, Count von Bollstädt) †1280 German scholastic philosopher + English -ist

First Known Use: 1530

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