Also, Man·i·chee /ˈmænɪˌki/Show Spelled[man-i-kee]Show IPA.an adherent of the dualistic religious system of Manes, a combination of Gnostic Christianity, Buddhism, Zoroastrianism, and various other elements, with a basic doctrine of a conflict between light and dark, matter being regarded as dark and evil.
of or pertaining to the Manicheans or their doctrines.
Origin: 1300–50;Middle EnglishManiche (< Late LatinManichaeus < Late GreekManichaîos of Manes) + -an
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