Eutychian

noun Eu·tych·i·an \(ˈ)yü¦tikēən\

Definition of Eutychian

plural

-s

  1. :  a follower of Eutyches in the belief that the divine and the human in the person of Christ so blend as to constitute but one nature so that Christ is of two natures but not in two :  monophysite — compare nestorian

Eutychianism

\-ˌnizəm\ noun, plural

-s

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Origin and Etymology of eutychian

Eutyches †a.d.454? heresiarch, presbyter, and archimandrite of the Eastern Church in Constantinople + English -ian


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