ignostic

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Etymology[edit]

From English prefix ig-, as in ignorant, + gnostic, knowing.

Noun[edit]

ignostic (plural ignostics)

  1. one who holds to ignosticism.
  2. one who holds the theory that there is nothing that can be thought of that the word "God" (capitalized) or the words "Yahweh" and "Allah" could refer to. Also called "theological noncognitivist".

Adjective[edit]

ignostic (comparative more ignostic, superlative most ignostic)

  1. of or relating to ignostics.
  2. of or relating to ignosticism.

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