theologoumenon

noun the·o·lo·gou·me·non \ˌthēəlōˈgüməˌnän\
variants: or

theologumenon

Definition of theologoumenon

plural

theologoumena

or

theologumena

\-mənə\
  1. :  a theological statement or concept in the area of individual opinion rather than of authoritative doctrine

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Origin and Etymology of theologoumenon

New Latin, from Greek theologoumenon, neuter of theologoumenos, present passive participle of theologein to discourse on the gods, talk about God, from theologos theologue


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