Parousia

noun
Par·​ou·​sia | \ˌpär-ü-ˈsē-ə, pə-ˈrü-zē-ə \

Definition of Parousia 

First Known Use of Parousia

1781, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Parousia

Greek, literally, presence, from paront-, parōn, present participle of pareinai to be present, from para- + einai to be — more at is

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