Arian

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From Late Latin Arianus.

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Arian (plural Arians)

  1. (Christianity) A disciple of the Egyptian monk Arius, presbyter of Alexandria, who denied the Trinity but did not deny the preexistence of Christ.
    1. One who follows the Christology of Arianism.
    2. (derogatory, mainly 17-19th Century usage) A heretic or any heresy.
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Arian (not comparable)

  1. (Christianity) Of or pertaining to Arius or Arianism.
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Noun[edit]

Arian (plural Arians)

  1. A person whose star sign is Aries
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Noun[edit]

Arian (plural Arians)

  1. Alternative form of Aryan

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