[ dahy-oth-uh-lahyt ]
/ daɪˈɒθ əˌlaɪt /
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a person who maintains that Christ has two wills, one divine and the other human.
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Origin of Dyothelite
1840–50; <Greek dýotwo + -thelite as in monothelite
OTHER WORDS FROM DyotheliteDy·oth·e·lit·ism, noun
Words nearby Dyothelite
dyno, dynode, Dyophysite, Dyophysitism, dyostyle, Dyothelite, dys-, dysacousia, dysadaptation, dysanagnosia, dysaphia
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How to use Dyothelite in a sentence
Thus while John is an adherent of Chalcedon and a dyothelite, the drift of his teaching is in the monophysite direction.