consubstantial

consubstantial

[kon-suhb-stan-shuhl]
adjective
of one and the same substance, essence, or nature.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English < Late Latin consubstantiālis, equivalent to con- con- + substanti(a) substance + -ālis -al1

consubstantialism, noun
consubstantialist, noun
consubstantiality, noun
consubstantially, adverb
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consubstantial (ˌkɒnsəbˈstænʃəl)
 
adj
Christian theol (esp of the three persons of the Trinity) regarded as identical in substance or essence though different in aspect
 
[C15: from Church Latin consubstāntiālis, from Latin com- + substantiasubstance]
 
consubstanti'ality
 
n
 
consub'stantially
 
adv

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consubstantial
late 15c., a term in the theology of the trinity, from L. consubstantialis, from con- "with" + substantia (see substance). In general use from 1570s.
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