Monophysite

  • 1 monophysite — [ mɔnɔfizit ] adj. et n. • 1694; de mono et gr. phusis « nature » ♦ Relig. Doctrine monophysite (ou MONOPHYSISME n. m. ), qui ne reconnaît qu une nature (divine; humaine) au Christ. N. Adepte de cette doctrine …

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  • 2 Monophysite — Mo*noph y*site, n. [Gr. ?; mo nos single + ? nature: cf. F. monophysite.] (Eccl. Hist.) One of a sect, in the ancient church, who maintained that the human and divine in Jesus Christ constituted but one composite nature. Also used adjectively.… …

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  • 3 Monophysite — 1690s, from Church L. Monophysita, from Gk. monophysites, from monos single, alone (see MONO (Cf. mono )) + physis nature (see PHYSICS (Cf. physics)). Christian (regarded in the West as a heretic) who believes there is only one nature in the… …

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  • 4 Monophysite — [mō näf′ə sīt΄, mənäf′ə sīt΄] n. [LGr(Ec) monophysitēs < Gr monos, single (see MONO ) + physis, nature (see PHYSIC)] an adherent of an originally 4th and 5th cent. theory asserting the existence of only one nature (divine or divine human) in… …

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  • 5 Monophysite — Monophysitic /meuh nof euh sit ik/, adj. Monophysitism, Monophysism, n. /meuh nof euh suyt /, n. Theol. a person who maintains that Christ has one nature, partly divine and partly human. Cf. Dyophysite. [1690 1700; < LL monophysita < LGk… …

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  • 6 Monophysite — noun Etymology: Medieval Latin Monophysita, from Middle Greek Monophysitēs, from Greek mon + physis nature more at physics Date: 1698 one holding the doctrine that Christ has a single inseparable nature that is at once divine and human rather… …

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  • 7 Monophysite — Monophysisme Le monophysisme (du grec μονο [mono] une seule et φυσις [füsis] nature) est une doctrine christologique apparue au Ve siècle dans l empire byzantin en réaction au nestorianisme, et ardemment défendue par Eutychès et Dioscore d… …

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  • 8 Monophysite — 1. noun /məˈnɒfɪsaɪt/ A member of an early Christian sect which held that Jesus Christ has one nature, as opposed to the orthodox view that Christ has two natures, both fully man and fully God, and is co eternal and co substantial with the Father …

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  • 9 monophysite — The doctrine that in the person of Jesus Christ there was but one, divine, nature, rather than two natures, divine and human. A point of dispute between the Coptic and Abyssinian churches, which accept the doctrine, and Roman Catholicism, which… …

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  • 10 monophysite — (mo no fi zi t ) s. m. Partisan du monophysisme. ÉTYMOLOGIE    Lat. monophysita (QUICHERAT, Addenda) ; le terme grec est dérivé de deux mots traduits par : unique et nature …

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  • 11 Monophysite — n. member of a Christian sect that believes Jesus is simultaneously human and divine in nature …

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  • 12 Monophysite — [mə nɒfɪsʌɪt] noun Christian Theology a person who holds that there is only one inseparable nature (partly divine, partly and subordinately human) in the person of Christ. Derivatives Monophysitism noun Origin C17: via eccles. L. from eccles. Gk… …

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  • 13 monophysite — mo·noph·y·site …

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  • 14 Monophysite — Mo•noph•y•site [[t]məˈnɒf əˌsaɪt[/t]] n. rel a person who maintains that Christ has one nature, partly divine and partly human • Etymology: 1690–1700; < LL monophysīta < LGk monophysitēs= Gk mono mono +phýs(is) nature + ītēs ite I Mo•noph… …

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  • 15 Monophysite — /mɒˈnɒfəsaɪt/ (say mo nofuhsuyt) noun someone holding that there is in Christ one composite nature, partly divine and partly human. {Late Greek monophysītēs, from mono mono + phys(is) nature + ītēs ite1} –Monophysitic /mɒnɒfəˈsɪtɪk/ (say monofuh… …

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  • 16 Monophysite — n. a person who holds that there is only one nature (partly divine, partly and subordinately human) in the person of Christ. Etymology: eccl.L monophysita f. eccl.Gk monophusites (as MONO , phusis nature) …

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  • 17 Monophysite heresy — (5th–6th century AD) Doctrine that emphasized the single nature (the term means literally of one nature ) of Christ, as a wholly divine being rather than part divine and part human. Monophysitism began to appear in the 5th century; though… …

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  • 18 monophysites — monophysite …

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  • 19 ysite — monophysite …

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  • 20 Dioskoros —    Monophysite patriarch of Alexandria (qq.v.) from 444 451, succeeding Cyril (q.v.). Under his guidance the 449 Robber Council of Ephesus (q.v.) condemned Flavian, Patriarch of Constantinople (qq.v.), restored Eutyches, and declared for… …

    Historical dictionary of Byzantium