traducianist

noun tra·du·cian·ist \-ənə̇st\

Definition of traducianist

plural

-s

  1. :  a believer in traducianism

traducianistic

adjective

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Origin and Etymology of traducianist

New Latin traducianista, from Medieval Latin traducianus traducian + Latin -ista -ist


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