Heteroousian

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Het·er·o·ou·si·an

 (hĕt′ə-rō-o͞o′sē-ən, -ou′sē-ən) also Het·er·ou·si·an (hĕt′ə-ro͞o′-, -rou′-)
n.
A Christian who believes that the substance and nature of God the Father and God the Son are different; an Arian.

[From Greek heteroousios, differing in substance : hetero-, hetero- + ousiā, substance, nature; see Homoiousian.]

Het′er·o·ou′si·an, Het′er·ou′si·an adj.

Heteroousian

(ˌhɛtərəʊˈuːsɪən; -ˈaʊsɪən)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) a Christian who maintains that God the Father and God the Son are different in substance
adj
(Ecclesiastical Terms) of or relating to this belief
[C17: from Late Greek heteroousios, from Greek hetero- + ousia nature]