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  • n. The use of the Latin word filioque ("and the son") in the Western form of the Nicene Creed, to indicate that the Holy Spirit proceeds from both the Father and the Son (as opposed to the Eastern churches which believe the Spirit proceeds from the Father alone).

Etymologies

From Latin filioque. (Wiktionary)

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