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Colossian

[ kuh-losh-uhn ]

noun

  1. a native or inhabitant of Colossae.
  2. one of the Christians of Colossae, to whom Paul addressed one of his Epistles.


adjective

  1. of or relating to Colossae or its inhabitants.

Colossian

/ kəˈlɒʃən /

noun

  1. a native or inhabitant of Colossae
  2. New Testament any of the Christians of Colossae to whom St Paul's Epistle was addressed


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Word History and Origins

Origin of Colossian1

< Latin Coloss ( ae ) (< Greek Kolossaî ) + -ian
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Example Sentences

Recent expositors have sufficiently proved that there was a Judaic element in the Colossian heresy.

But these Colossian Christians are “faithful” as well as saints.

Philemon lived at Colossae and was probably a convert of Paul and member of the Colossian church.

We have him here setting forth his loving desires for the Colossian Christians in a prayer of remarkable fulness and sweep.

The complementary truth is given in the Colossian letter: He who does wrong, will receive back the wrong that he did.

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