Trinitarian

[trin-i-tair-ee-uh n]
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adjective

noun

a person who believes in the doctrine of the Trinity.
a member of the “Order of the Holy Trinity,” a religious order founded in 1198 to redeem Christian captives of the Muslims.

Origin of Trinitarian

1555–65; < New Latin trīnitāri(us) of the Trinity (see Trinity, -ary) + -an
Related formsan·ti-Trin·i·tar·i·an, adjective, nounnon-Trin·i·tar·i·an, adjective, nounun·trin·i·tar·i·an, adjective
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Trinitarian

noun

a person who believes in the doctrine of the Trinity
a member of the Holy TrinitySee Trinity (def. 3)

adjective

of or relating to the doctrine of the Trinity or those who uphold it
of or relating to the Holy Trinity
Derived FormsTrinitarianism, noun
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