apokatastasis

[ ap-oh-kuh-tas-tuh-sis ]
/ ˌæp oʊ kəˈtæs tə sɪs /

noun


Nearby words

  1. apogamy,
  2. apogee,
  3. apogeotropism,
  4. apograph,
  5. apographic,
  6. apolipoprotein,
  7. apolitical,
  8. apollinaire,
  9. apollinaire, guillaume,
  10. apollinaris

Related formsap·o·kat·a·stat·ic [ap-uh-kat-uh-stat-ik] /ˌæp əˌkæt əˈstæt ɪk/, adjective

apocatastasis

or ap·o·ka·tas·ta·sis

[ ap-oh-kuh-tas-tuh-sis ]
/ ˌæp oʊ kəˈtæs tə sɪs /

noun

the state of being restored or reestablished; restitution.
the doctrine that Satan and all sinners will ultimately be restored to God.

Origin of apocatastasis

1670–80; < Latin < Greek: a setting up again. See apo-, catastasis

Related formsap·o·cat·a·stat·ic [ap-uh-kat-uh-stat-ik] /ˌæp əˌkæt əˈstæt ɪk/, adjective

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