Definition of Cerinthian

1. n. One of an ancient religious sect, so called from Cerinthus, a Jew, who attempted to unite the doctrines of Christ with the opinions of the Jews and Gnostics.



Definition of Cerinthian

1. Noun. (historical) One of an ancient religious sect that attempted to unite the doctrines of Christ with the opinions of the Jews and Gnostics. ¹

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Cercopithecoidea
Cercopithecus aethiops pygerythrus
Cercopithecus aethiops sabaeus
Cercopithecus talapoin
Cercospora
Cercospora kopkei
Cercosporella
Cerean
Cereans
Cerenkov
Cerenkov effect
Cerenkov radiation
Cererian
Ceres
Cereus
Cerinthian (current term)
Cerinthians
Cerithidea
Ceroxylon
Ceroxylon alpinum
Ceroxylon andicola
Cerrobend
Certhia
Certhia americana
Certhia familiaris
Certhiidae
Certificate of Need
Certificates of Need
Cervantes
Cervantes Saavedra

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