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Zwinglian

[ zwing-glee-uhn, swing-, tsving-lee- ]
/ ˈzwɪŋ gli ən, ˈswɪŋ-, ˈtsvɪŋ li- /
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adjective
of or relating to UlrichZwingli or his doctrines, largely agreeing with those of Luther and offering a distinctive interpretation of the Lord's Supper.
noun
a follower of Zwingli.
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Origin of Zwinglian

First recorded in 1525–35; Zwingli + -an

OTHER WORDS FROM Zwinglian

Zwing·li·an·ism, nounZwing·li·an·ist, noun, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for Zwinglian

Zwinglian
/ (ˈzwɪŋɡlɪən, ˈswɪŋɡ-, ˈtsvɪŋ-) /

noun
an upholder of the religious doctrines or movement of Zwingli
adjective
of or relating to Zwingli, his religious movement, or his doctrines, esp his interpretation of the Eucharist

Derived forms of Zwinglian

Zwinglianism, nounZwinglianist, noun
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