Unitarian

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Related to New Latin unitarius (from Latin unitas (unity)) +‎ -an. First documented as unitaria religio, in a decree of the Diet of Lécfalva (1600). In English since 1687 [1]

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Unitarian (plural Unitarians)

  1. A Christian who does not believe in the traditional doctrine of the Trinity.
  2. A follower of Unitarian Universalism; or a member of a Unitarian Universalist Church in North America who adhered to, or identifies with, the Unitarian part of that church prior to consolidation in 1961.
  3. (rare) A Muslim, Jew or other kind of monotheist who is not a Christian.
  4. A member of a certain political movement, especially the Unitarios of nineteenth century Argentina (known as the Unitarian Party in English).

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Unitarian (comparative more Unitarian, superlative most Unitarian)

  1. Pertaining to Unitarianism

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  1. ^ 1687, Stephen Nye, A brief history of the Unitarians: called also Socinians. In four letters, written to a Friend[1]: