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Servetus

[ ser-vee-tuhs ]
/ sərˈvi təs /
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noun
Michael, 1511–53, Spanish physician and theologian, accused of heresy and burned at the stake.
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Spanish Mi·guel Ser·ve·to [mee-gel ser-ve-taw]. /miˈgɛl sɛrˈvɛ tɔ/.

OTHER WORDS FROM Servetus

Ser·ve·tian [ser-vee-shuhn], /sərˈvi ʃən/, nounSer·ve·tian·ism, noun
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Servetus
/ (sɜːˈviːtəs) /

noun
Michael, Spanish name Miguel Serveto. 1511–53, Spanish theologian and physician. He was burnt at the stake by order of Calvin for denying the doctrine of the Trinity and the divinity of Christ
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