triune

[ trahy-yoon ]
/ ˈtraɪ yun /

adjective

three in one; constituting a trinity in unity, as the Godhead.

noun

(initial capital letter) the Trinity.

Origin of triune

1595–1605; tri- + -une < Latin ūnus one
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British Dictionary definitions for triune

triune

/ (ˈtraɪjuːn) /

adjective

constituting three in one, esp the three persons in one God of the Trinity

noun

a group of three
(often capital) another word for Trinity
Derived Formstriunity, noun

Word Origin for triune

C17: tri- + -une, from Latin ūnus one
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Word Origin and History for triune

triune


"three in one," 1630s, from tri- + Latin unus "one" (see one).

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