Servetian

noun Ser·ve·tian \ ¦sər¦vēshən , sərˈv- \

Definition of Servetian

plural -s
:a follower of Michael Servetus who was burned at the stake in Geneva in 1553 for anti-Trinitarianism and antipedobaptism

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Origin and Etymology of servetian

Michael Servetus †1553 Spanish theologian and physician + English -ian


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