from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One of a Christian sect named from its founder, Abraham of Antioch (ninth century), and charged with Paulician (Gnostic) errors.
- noun One of a sect of Deists in Bohemia, who came into prominence about 1782, and were banished to Hungary by the Emperor Joseph II. for nonconformity.
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