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Ar·i·an 1

 (âr′ē-ən, ăr′-)
adj.
1. Of or relating to Arianism: the Arian heresy.
2. Of or relating to Arius.
n.
A believer in Arianism.

Ar·i·an 2

 (ăr′ē-ən, âr′-)
n.
One who is born under the sign of Aries.

Ar′i·an adj.
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Arian

(ˈɛərɪən)
adj
(Theology) of, relating to, or characterizing Arius or Arianism
n
(Theology) an adherent of Arianism
adj, n
(Peoples) a variant spelling of Aryan
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Ar•i•an

(ˈɛər i ən, ˈær-)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to Arius or Arianism.
n.
2. an adherent of Arianism.
[1525–35; < Late Latin]

-arian

a suffix forming personal nouns corresponding to Latin adjectives ending in -ārius or English adjectives or nouns ending in -ary (librarian; proletarian); subsequently productive in English with other Latinate stems, forming nouns denoting a person who supports, advocates, or practices a doctrine, theory, etc., associated with the base word: authoritarian; vegetarian.
[< Latin -āri(us) or -ary + -an1]
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Translations

Arian

[ˈɛərɪən]
A. ADJarriano
B. Narriano/a m/f
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Arian

2 (Astrol)
nWidder m; to be an ArianWidder sein
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References in classic literature ?
(such as were in ancient times the Arians, and now the Armenians), though they work mightily upon men's wits, yet they do not produce any great alterations in states; except it be by the help of civil occasions.
Bruce Arians resigned from the Cardinals head coach job just 12 months ago due to family and health concerns, and he is now 66 years old.
Coach Bruce Arians confirmed after Thursday's practice that Lindley will start in Saturday's wild-card playoff game at Carolina.
The two day event, hosted by Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians, will benefit the Arians Family Foundation.
"We specialize in long-fermented whole grain sourdough breads," says Alison Arians, co-owner of Rise & Shine Bakery with her husband, Dan.
Rookie sensation Andrew Luck hit receiver Reggie Wayne with a seven-yard strike for a touchdown with 4:08 left in the fourth quarter, sealing an Indianapolis victory and a triumphant season for interim coach Bruce Arians.
Arians and vandals of the 4th-6th centuries; annotated translations of the historical works by Bishops Victor of Vita (Historia Perseccuitionis Africanae Provinciae) and Victor of Tonnena (Chronicon), and of the religious works by Bishop Victor of Cartenna (De Paenitentia) and Saints Ambrose (De Fide Orthodoxa contra Arianos), and Athanasius (Expositio Fidei).
On the other side, approval was voiced by such as Clement (Stromata 7.11), Basil (On the Holy Spirit 18.45), Athanasius (Against the Arians 3.5), Gregory Nazianzenus (Against Julian 1.80), the pseudo-Dionysius (On the Divine Names 1.4), and the Council in Trullo of 692.
According to the BoS, Taureans were more likely than any other sign to take out a loan while Arians were likely to borrow the largest sums.
The Arians refused, and remained in Alexandria after their excommunication and banishment "stirring up trouble." There was street fighting between gangs supporting Arius and gangs supporting Alexander.
The Arian tenets varied from time to time and also among their different sections.
"I think when football teams bond together and put egos aside, some call it chemistry, teams that go to the Super Bowl, honest to God care about each other," interim coach Bruce Arians said yesterday during a conference call from Indianapolis.