Definition of Triality

1. n. Three united; state of being three.



Definition of Triality

1. Noun. (mathematics) A relationship between three vector spaces. ¹

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Definition of Triality

1. the body, soul and spirit in man [n TRIALITIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Triality

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trial runs
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trialing
trialism
trialisms
trialist
trialists
trialities
triality (current term)
trialkyl
trialkylphosphine
trialkylphosphines
trialkyltin
trialkyltin compounds
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Literary usage of Triality

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1. A System of Christian Doctrine by Isaac August Dorner (1888)
"Thus Christian faith bears the traces within itself of a divine triality. Further, as Nitzsch says,1 it is no less an inevitable necessity for Biblical ..."

2. The Ethnic Trinities and Their Relations to the Christian Trinity: A Chapter by Levi Leonard Paine (1901)
"In the Egyptian and the Babylonian trinities there was constant action and reaction from triality to duality and vice versa, — polytheism tending to reduce ..."

3. System of the Christian Certainty by Fr H R Frank (1886)
"Now this is assuredly not an immediate logical contradiction; for the combination of triality and unity would be impossible only in the case that the ..."

4. Thesaurus of English words and phrases by Peter Mark Roget, Samuel Romilly Roget (1879)
"Я. triality, trinity.* three, triad, triplet, trey, trio, ternion, trinomial, leash. Adj. three ; tri-form, -nal, -nomial ; tertiary ; triune. third power, ..."

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