But as to the nature and order of these hypostases, the Alexandrians are no longer at one with the school of Athens.
The Christian has but one God, existing in three hypostases.
You did not come here; I suppose, to argue about the three hypostases.
(The two hypostases of the supreme spirit—the unknowable and the Manifest, the aprakstm and the saprakstm).
Among the hidden and1302 intelligible gods are three hypostases.
Thus they meant by it what the Latins called persona, and rightly spoke of three hypostases (persons).
hypostasis hy·pos·ta·sis (hī-pŏs'tə-sĭs)
n. pl. hy·pos·ta·ses (-sēz')
A settling of solid particles in a fluid.
A condition in which the action of one gene conceals or suppresses the action of another gene that is not its allele but that affects the same part or biochemical process in an organism.