theandric

adjective
the·​an·​dric | \thēˈandrik\

Definition of theandric 

: 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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History and Etymology for theandric

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

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