Definition of pleroma
1 : plenitude: a : the fullness of divine excellencies and powers the pleroma of the Godhead resides in Christ corporeally — Philip Schaff b : the fullness of being of the divine life held in Gnosticism to comprise the aeons as well as the uncreated monad or dyad from which they have proceeded
2 [New Latin, from Late Latin, fullness] : plerome
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Origin and Etymology of pleroma
Late Latin, fullness, from Greek plērōma that which fills, from plēroun to make full, from plērēs full
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