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  • adj. having a similar but not identical essence, especially with reference to the first and second persons of the Trinity

Etymologies

Ecclesiastical Latin homoeusius, from Greek ὁμοιουσιος, from ὁμοιος ‘like, similar’ + ουσια ‘essence’. (Wiktionary)

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