relating to Nestorius or Nestorianism
- a follower of Nestorius
- An adherent of Nestorius patriarch of Constantinople within the fifth century who had been condemned as a heretic for maintaining that divine and man natures were not merged into one nature in Christ who had been Jesus in man thus that it was inappropriate to call Mary mom of Jesus though she could be known as mom of Christ additionally one of several sect set up because of the followers of Nestorius in Persia India also Oriental countries and still available against Eutychian
- Of or relating to the Nestorians
- An adherent of Nestorius, patriarch of Constantinople to the 5th century, who has condemned as a heretic for maintaining that the divine additionally the man natures were not merged into one nature in Christ (who was simply God in man), and, therefore, that it was poor to phone Mary mom of Christ; additionally, among sect founded because of the supporters of Nestorius in Persia, india, along with other Oriental nations, and still available. opposed to Eutychian.
- Of or relating to the Nestorians.
- associated with, or resembling, Nestor, the aged warior and counselor discussed by Homer; for this reason, sensible; experienced; elderly; as, Nestorian care.
in Church record (mid-15c.), a follower of Nestorius (Latinized as a type of Nestor), 5c. patriarch of Constantinople, whoever doctrine attributed distinct divine and human being people to Christ and had been condemned as heresy. As an adjective from 1560s. Related: Nestorianism.
(n.) An adherent of Nestorius, patriarch of Constantinople on fifth century, who may have condemned as a heretic for maintaining your divine together with human natures are not combined into one nature in Christ (who was God in man), and, for this reason, it was incorrect to call Mary mom of Christ; also, one of several sect set up by the supporters of Nestorius in Persia, india, also Oriental nations, and still available. in opposition to Eutychian.
- (a.) Of or regarding the Nestorians.
- (a.) associated with, or resembling, Nestor, the old warior and counselor pointed out by Homer; therefore, wise; experienced; old; because, caution.
The first is quite free from Nestorian influence, dates from some remote period, perhaps prior to 431, and is certainly the most ancient of those now in use in Christendom; the other two, though early, are undoubtedly of later date.