Praxean

noun
Prax·​e·​an | \ ˈpraksēən\
variants: or less commonly Praxeanist \ -​nə̇st \
plural -s

Definition of Praxean 

: a follower of Praxeas who was a leader of the modalistic Monarchians specifically : a modalistic Monarchian

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History and Etymology for Praxean

Praxeas, 2d century a.d. Asia Minor heretic + English -an or -ist

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