Definition of Prosopons

1. prosopon [n] - See also: prosopon



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prosopons

prosomata
prosopagnosia
prosopagnosic
prosopagnosics
prosopalgia
prosopalgias
prosopamnesia
prosophylline
prosopographic
prosopographies
prosopography
prosopolepsies
prosopolepsy
prosopon
prosoponology
prosopons (current term)
prosopopeia
prosopopesis
prosopopoeia
prosopopoeiae
prosopopoeias
prosopopœic
prosopopœiæ
prosos
prospect
prospected
prospecting
prospection
prospective
prospective(a)

Literary usage of Prosopons

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1. Outlines of the History of Dogma by Adolf von Harnack (1893)
"However this Being is not at the same moment Father and Son, but in three consecutive, interchanging energies (prosopons) he acts as Creator and Law-giver, ..."

2. Outlines of the History of Dogma by Adolf von Harnack, Edwin Knox Mitchell (1893)
"However this Being is not at the same moment Father and Son, but in three consecutive, interchanging energies (prosopons) he acts as Creator and Law-giver, ..."

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