Trinitarian

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From French trinitaire (from Medieval Latin trinitarius, from Latin trinitas + -arius) +‎ -ian

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Trinitarian (plural Trinitarians)

  1. Someone who believes in the Trinity.
  2. A member of the Trinitarian order.

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Trinitarian (not comparable)

  1. Believing in the Trinity.
  2. Of or pertaining in the doctrine of Trinity.

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