Monophysite

noun
Mo·​noph·​y·​site | \mə-ˈnä-fə-ˌsīt \

Definition of Monophysite 

: one holding the doctrine that Christ has a single inseparable nature that is at once divine and human rather than having two distinct but unified natures

Other Words from Monophysite

Monophysite or Monophysitic \ -​ˌnä-​fə-​ˈsi-​tik \ adjective
Monophysitism \ -​ˈnä-​fə-​ˌsī-​ˌti-​zəm \ noun

First Known Use of Monophysite

1659, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Monophysite

Medieval Latin Monophysita, from Middle Greek Monophysitēs, from Greek mon- + physis nature — more at physics

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