from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of or relating to Arianism: the Arian heresy.
- adj. Of or relating to Arius.
- n. A believer in Arianism.
- n. One who is born under the sign of Aries.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A disciple of the Egyptian monk Arius, presbyter of Alexandria, who denied the Trinity but did not deny the preexistence of Christ.
- n. A person whose star sign is Aries
- n. see Aryan: A member of the ancient tribe of the Arios valley in Afghanistan, or their descendants.
- adj. Of or pertaining to Arius or Arianism.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- See Aryan.
- adj. Pertaining to Arius, a presbyter of the church of Alexandria, in the fourth century, or to the doctrines of Arius, who held Christ to be inferior to God the Father in nature and dignity, though the first and noblest of all created beings.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or of the nature of the doctrines of Arius. See II.
- Adhering to Arius or his doctrines.
- n. In theology, one who adheres to the doctrines of Arius and his school.
- n. See Aryan.
- n. A compound suffix of Latin origin, forming adjectives, and thence nouns, from or instead of adjectives or nouns in -ary.
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"I would note that the name 'Arian' or 'Ariana'\ refers to an ancient tribe in Afghanistan, and the name is used by Afghans," he said, pointing out that there is a news outlet and an airline with the same name.
The IRA has killed several times the number of innocent civilians than the group Al-Arian is accused of supporting, the Palestinian Islamic Jihad.
Just temper your prognostications a bit and consider how many layers of suckitude had to be peeled before the onion we know as Arian Foster appeared.
The Arian is a pioneer both in thought and action, very open to new ideas and a lover of freedom.
Usuard call Arian, and who had already put to death SS.
But Catholicism in Spain was scotched, not killed, and when Reccared (586-601) called Arian and
What was the amount of theological divergence which was conveyed by these terms Arian and Catholic, or to speak more judicially
The judge who sentenced Arian to 57 months in prison called Arian a "master manipulator" who had been a "leader" of the terrorist group.
He tells us, that he had now read over the two first Centuries of the Ciiurch; and founds that the Eusehian, or commonly called Arian, doc - trine was, for the main, the doctrine of those ages: and, as he thought it a point of duty to communi - cate what he had thus discovered, so Jiis heterodox notions upon the article of the Trinity were now pretty generally known.
The word "Arian" is derived from the Persian word "Arya" which refers to the first Iranian tribe living in the Ancient Persia during the early 5100s BC.