Phthartolatrae

plural noun
Phthar·tol·a·trae | \ thärˈtälə‧ˌtrē \

Definition of Phthartolatrae 

: severians — compare aphthartodocetae

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History and Etymology for Phthartolatrae

New Latin, from Late Greek phthartolatrai, plural of phthartolatrēs worshiper of the corruptible, from Greek phthartos destructible + -latrēs -later

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