Rellyan

adjective Rel·ly·an \ ˈrelēən \

Definition of Rellyan

:of or relating to the theologian Relly or to a short-lived minority group of Universalists named after him

Rellyanism

\-əˌnizəm\ noun, plural -s

Rellyanite

\-nīt\ noun, plural -s

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Origin and Etymology of rellyan

James Relly †1778 British theologian who organized a Universalist congregation in London soon after 1750 + English -an


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