metanœa

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metanœa

  1. (rare) Obsolete spelling of metanoia.
    • 1840 CE, The Church of England Quarterly Review, William Edward Painter, volume IX, article I, page #14:
      The moral change of mind, the metanœa, the transmentation, produced by the successful application of God’s Word and the powerful exhibition of Christ the Saviour, is explicitly declared to be, not a mere restoration to the beneficial enjoyment of an already communicated privilege, but actually, and absolutely, and unreservedly, the grace of REGENERATION itself : […]