Audaean

noun
Au·​dae·​an | \ȯˈdēən\
variants: or Audian \ ˈȯdē-​ \
plural -s

Definition of Audaean 

: a member of an anthropomorphistic Christian sect founded by Audius in Asia in the 4th century a.d.

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History and Etymology for Audaean

Audaeus or Audius, 4th century a.d. Mesopotamian religious reformer + English -an

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