Complete Definition of "trinity"

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English

Etymology
From OF. trinite (French: trinité), from L. trinitas, from tres, three, + noun of state suffix -itas

Noun
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  1. Christianity Literally, threeness: the state of being three; in Christian belief, the three persons (personae) of the Godhead: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

Translations

Catalan: trinitat
Chinese: (Simplified Chinese) ä¸ä½ä¸ä½, (Traditional Chinese) ä¸ä½ä¸é« (sanweyiti)
Czech: trojice f
Dutch: drievuldigheid
Finnish: kolminaisuus, kolmiyhteys
French: trinité
German: Dreiheit
Greek: ÏÏιάδα (triáda)
Hebrew: ×ש×××ש ×ק××ש (hashilosh hakadosh)
Italian: trinità
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Japanese: ä¸ä½ä¸ä½ (sanmi-ittai)
Korean: ì¼ìì¼ì²´
Latin: trinitas nominative, trinitatis genitive
Maltese: trinità mqaddsa
Portuguese: tríade f, trindade f
Russian: ÑÑоиÑа (troitsa)
Scottish Gaelic: Trianaid f
Scots: treenity
Spanish: trinidad

Derived terms
nontrinitarian
nontrinitarianism
trinitarian

Related terms
three
triad
triple

entity
duality
trinity

See also
Trinity College
Unitarian

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