Joachimite

noun Jo·a·chim·ite \ˈjōəˌkiˌmīt\

Definition of Joachimite

plural

-s

  1. :  a follower of Joachim of Floris who divided all time into the three ages of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit of which the second age lasted from a.d. 1 to 1260 and whose doctrine of a spiritual elite destined to convert the world in the third age influenced the Fraticelli

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Origin and Etymology of joachimite

Joachim of Floris †about 1202 Italian mystic + English -ite


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