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tripersonal

[ trahy-pur-suh-nl ]
/ traɪˈpɜr sə nl /
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adjective (sometimes initial capital letter)
consisting of or existing in three persons, as the Godhead.
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Origin of tripersonal

First recorded in 1635–45; tri- + personal
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British Dictionary definitions for tripersonal

tripersonal
/ (traɪˈpɜːsənəl) /

adjective
Christian theol (of God) existing as the TrinityCompare unipersonal

Derived forms of tripersonal

tripersonality, noun
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