theopneust

adjective the·op·neust \ˈthēäpˌn(y)üst\
variants: or

theopneustic

Definition of theopneust

  1. :  given by inspiration of the Spirit of God :  divinely inspired

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Origin and Etymology of theopneust

theopneust from Greek theopneustos, from the- + (assumed) pneustos, verbal of pnein to breathe; theopneustic from Greek theopneustos + English -ic — more at sneeze


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