Lundensian

adjective Lun·den·si·an \ (ˈ)lən¦densēən \

Definition of Lundensian

:of or relating to a 20th century school of theological thought associated with the faculty at the University of Lund in Sweden and characterized by emphasis on Agape as the heart of the Christian message

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Origin and Etymology of lundensian

probably from (assumed) New Latin lundensis of or relating to Lund (from Lund, city in southwest Sweden) + English -an


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