from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In ecclesiastical history, a member of a sect or school of moderate Arians of the fourth century, named Acacians from their leader, Acacius, bishop of Cæsarea.


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  • referring to the Acacia flower which is said to represent elegance, friendship, and chaste love

    February 25, 2009