of or relating to Arius or .
an adherent of .
a suffix forming personal nouns corresponding to Latin adjectives ending in -ārius or English adjectives or nouns ending in -ary, (librarian; proletarian; Rotarian; seminarian; sexagenarian; veterinarian); subsequently productive in English with other Latinate stems, forming nouns denoting a person who supports, advocates, or practices a doctrine, theory, or set of principles associated with the base word: authoritarian; establishmentarian; totalitarian; vegetarian .
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These two were bishops and confessors exiled by Constantius, who favoured the Arian heresy.
The Hermits Charles Kingsley
In 1710 he turned Arian and was expelled from the university.
A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume I (of II) Augustus De Morgan
He then turned to the Visigoths and made the fact of their being Arian Christians a pretext for declaring war against them.
A History of Germany Bayard Taylor
These were all, at the time of their settlement, either pagan or Arian.
The Formation of Christendom, Volume VI Thomas W. (Thomas William) Allies
But though Athanasius regained his rank, yet the Arian bishop Lucius was not deposed.
History Of Egypt From 330 B.C. To The Present Time, Volume 11 (of 12) S. Rappoport
Their tongues were cut out by the Arian tyrant, and yet they spoke as before.
Apologia Pro Vita Sua John Henry Cardinal Newman
Aëtius was an Arian doctor, who was very skilful in medical disputation.
The Browning Cyclopdia Edward Berdoe
He might have been raised to the dignity of Patrician, if he would have renounced his Arian creed.
Theodoric the Goth Thomas Hodgkin
The southern apex of the Deccan has remained entirely untouched by Arian colonisation.
The History of Antiquity, Volume IV (of 6) Max Duncker
of, relating to, or characterizing Arius or Arianism
an adherent of Arianism
a variant spelling of Aryan
indicating a person or thing that advocates, believes, or is associated with something: vegetarian, millenarian, librarian
1530s, pertaining to the doctrines of Arius, priest in Alexandria early 4c., who posed the question of Christ’s nature in terms which appeared to debase the Savior’s relation to God (denial of consubstantiation). Besides taking an abstract view of Christ’s nature, he reaffirmed man’s capacity for perfection. The dissention was widespread and split the Church for about a century during a crucial time.
Rocketry. a French-built, three-stage, liquid-propellant rocket for launching satellites into orbit around the earth. a female given name, French form of . Contemporary Examples But, at first, Ariane trained for a different career, graduating from Columbia with a journalism degree. The Queen of Foie Gras David Lincoln Ross December 28, 2010 Ever the gentleman, however, […]
the doctrine, taught by Arius, that Christ the Son was not consubstantial with God the Father. Historical Examples In the next century the Teutonic conquest of the West gave Arianism another lease of power. The Arian Controversy H. M. Gwatkin But the most sanguine stickler for Arianism is the illustrious Dr. Clark. Letters on England […]
an or melody. an elaborate melody sung solo with accompaniment, as in an opera or oratorio. a nymph, the mother of Miletus, by Apollo. Contemporary Examples arias dated Alexander for several months and then continued a sexual relationship with him after they broke up. Will Jodi Arias Go Free? Christine Pelisek May 2, 2013 “The […]
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Oscar, born 1941, Costa Rican politician: president 1986–90: Nobel Peace Prize 1987. noun Oscar. born 1940, Costa Rican statesman; president (1986–90, 2006–2010); Nobel peace prize 1987