Tetradite

noun Tet·rad·ite \ˈte‧trəˌdīt\

Definition of Tetradite

plural

-s

  1. :  one holding that there are four persons in God the epithet of Tetradite has historically been applied to Nestorians and Origenists among others

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Origin and Etymology of tetradite

New Latin Tetradites, from Late Greek Tetraditēs, a heretic, from Greek tetrad-, tetras tetrad, four + -itēs -ite


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