Thondraki

plural noun Thon·draki \thänˈdraˌkī\
variants: less commonly

Thondrakians

\-akēənz\ or

Thondracians

\-rāshənz\

Definition of Thondraki

  1. :  a group of Armenian Paulicians founded by Smbat of Thondrak in the 9th century

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Origin and Etymology of thondraki

thondraki probably from (assumed) Middle Greek thondrakoi, from Thondrak, town in Armenia that was the headquarters of Smbat, 9th century Armenian theologian; thondrakians, thondracians from Thondrak + English -ans (plural of -an, noun suffix)


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