[moh-lee-nuh, muh-; Spanish maw-lee-nah] /moʊˈli nə, mə-; Spanish mɔˈli nɑ/
[loo-ees] /luˈis/ (Show IPA), 1535–1600, Spanish Jesuit theologian.
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See de Molina
[moh-lin, moh-lahyn] /ˈmoʊ lɪn, moʊˈlaɪn/ adjective, Heraldry. 1. (of a cross) having arms of equal length, split and curved back at the ends, used especially as the cadency mark of an eighth son: a cross moline. [moh-leen] /moʊˈlin/ noun 1. a city in NW Illinois, on the Mississippi. /məˈlaɪn/ adjective 1. (heraldry) (of a cross) […]
[moh-leen] /moʊˈlin/ noun 1. a city in NW Illinois, on the Mississippi. /məˈlaɪn/ adjective 1. (heraldry) (of a cross) having arms of equal length, forked and curved back at the ends
[moh-luh-niz-uh m, mol-uh-] /ˈmoʊ ləˌnɪz əm, ˈmɒl ə-/ noun 1. the theological doctrine, formulated by Luis , that the consent of the human will is necessary for divine grace to be effective. /ˈmɒlɪnɪzəm/ noun 1. (RC Church) a doctrine of grace that attempts to reconcile the efficacy of divine grace with human free will in […]
[muh-lee-nohs; Spanish maw-lee-naws] /məˈli noʊs; Spanish mɔˈli nɔs/ noun 1. Miguel de [mee-gel de] /miˈgɛl dɛ/ (Show IPA), c1640–c95, Spanish priest and mystic: chief exponent of quietism.