adjective the·an·dric \thēˈandrik\

Definition of theandric

  1. :  of or relating to the divine and human or their union or joint operation one and the same Christ, working both the divine and the human actions by one theandric operation — B. J. Kidd

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Origin and Etymology of theandric

Late Greek theandrikos, from theandros God-man (from Greek the- + -andros -androus) + Greek -ikos -ic

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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