from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One of the followers of David of Dinant in Belgium (hence called Dinanto), who taught extreme pantheistic doctrines.
  • noun One of a fanatical sect which existed for more than a century after the death in 1556 of its founder, a Dutch Anabaptist, David George, or Joris. His followers were also called Davidians, David-Georgians, and Familists. See Familist.


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