[puh-ley-jee-uh n, -juh n] /pəˈleɪ dʒi ən, -dʒən/
a follower of Pelagius, who denied original sin and believed in freedom of the will.
of or relating to Pelagius or Pelagianism.
(Christianity) a heretical doctrine, first formulated by Pelagius, that rejected the concept of original sin and maintained that the individual takes the initial steps towards salvation by his own efforts and not by the help of divine grace
of or inhabiting the open sea
of or relating to Pelagius or his doctrines
an adherent of the doctrines of Pelagius
1530s (n.); 1570s (adj.), from Medieval Latin Pelagianus, from Pelagius, Latinized form of the name of 4c. British monk who denied the doctrine of original sin. Combated by Augustine, condemned by Pope Zosimus in 418 C.E. His name in Welsh was said to have been Morgan, literally “sea-dweller” (cf. Greek pelagos “sea;” see pelagic). Related: Pelagianism.
[puh-ley-jee-uh-nahyz, -juh-nahyz] /pəˈleɪ dʒi əˌnaɪz, -dʒəˌnaɪz/ verb (used with or without object), Pelagianized, Pelagianizing. 1. to become or make .
[puh-laj-ik] /pəˈlædʒ ɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to the open seas or oceans. 2. living or growing at or near the surface of the ocean, far from land, as certain organisms. /pɛˈlædʒɪk/ adjective 1. of or relating to the open sea: pelagic whaling 2. (of marine life) living or occurring in the upper waters […]
noun 1. the biogeographic realm or zone that comprises the open seas and oceans, including water of all depths.
[puh-ley-jee-uh s] /pəˈleɪ dʒi əs/ noun 1. 360?–420? English monk and theologian who lived in Rome: teachings opposed by St. Augustine. noun 1. died a.d. 561, pope 556–561. noun 1. died a.d. 590, pope 579–590. /pɛˈleɪdʒɪəs/ noun 1. ?360–?420 ad, British monk, who originated the body of doctrines known as Pelagianism and was condemned for […]