unitarian etymology

English word unitarian comes from English -ian, English unitary

Detailed word origin of unitarian

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-ian English (eng) (as a noun) Having a certain profession.. (as a noun) One from, belonging to, relating to, or like.. (as an adjective) From, related to, or like.
unitary English (eng) (government, of a system of government or administration) That concentrates power in a single body, rather than sharing it with more local bodies.. (mathematics, linear algebra, analysis, of a matrix or operator) Whose inverse is equal to its adjoint.. (mathematics, of an algebra) That contains an identity element.. Having the quality of oneness. (UK) A unitary council.. (mathematics) A [...]
unitarian English (eng) Espousing a unitary view of something (Islam) A muwahhid.. A monotheist.. One who denies the doctrine of the Trinity, believing that God exists only in one person; a unipersonalist.. One who rejects the principle of dualism.

Words with the same origin as unitarian

Descendants of -ian
Berkhamstedian Flewian Hitchcockian Isidorian Nevadian Seussian Spillanian academician ache amazonian arcadian avian bohunk coelurosaurian comedian egalitarian mammalian pediatrician politician presbyterian sharifian suffix technician vulgarian
Descendants of unitary
unitariness unitarity unitarity operator unitarize