Coelicolist

noun Coe·lic·o·list \sə̇ˈlikələ̇st, sē-\

Definition of Coelicolist

plural

-s

  1. :  one of an obscure heretical sect of the 4th and 5th centuries combining Jewish and Christian doctrines

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Origin and Etymology of coelicolist

Latin coelicola, caelicola heaven-worshiper (from coelum, caelum heaven, sky + colere to worship, cultivate, dwell) + English -ist — more at -hood, wheel


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