AGNOITAE


AGNOITAE
I.
AGNOITAE
Haeretici, Theophronii Cappadocis, qui se Eunomio iunxerat, sectatores. Dei omniscientiam in dubium vocârunt, circa A. C. 370. Niceph. l. 12. c. 30.
II.
AGNOITAE
Haeretici, ab ignorantiâ sic dicti, quod novissimam horam Christo, etiam quoad Deitatem, ignotam esse arbitrarentur. Cael. Rhodig. l. 1. c. 14. Baron. A. C. 535. et 563. Georg. Hornius Histor. Eccl. Novi Test. Period. 1. Artic. 3. Idem et Themistiani, vide ibi.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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  • agnoetae — ˌag(ˌ)nōˈēˌtē noun plural Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: Late Latin Agnoetae, Agnoitae, from Late Greek Agnoētai, literally, ignorant ones, from Greek agnoein to be ignorant, from a a (II) + gnoein (from gignōskein to know) more at know 1 …   Useful english dictionary


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