Sethite

noun
Seth·​ite | \ˈseˌthīt\
variants: or Sethian \ˈsethēən \
plural -s

Definition of Sethite 

: a member of a Gnostic school of serpent worshipers

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History and Etymology for Sethite

Sethite from Seth, a son of Adam in the Bible + English -ite; Sethian from Medieval Latin Sethianus, from Late Greek Sēthianos, from Sēth Seth + Greek -ianos -ian

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