\θiːnθɹˈə͡ʊpə͡ʊz], \θiːnθɹˈəʊpəʊz], \θ_iː_n_θ_ɹ_ˈəʊ_p_əʊ_z]\
Definitions of THEANTHROPOS
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th[=e]-an-thr[=o]'pos, n. the God-man, Christ as having both a divine and human person.--adjs. THEANTHROP'IC, -AL, being at once divine and human: embodying deity in human forms.--ns. THEAN'THROPISM, THEAN'THROPY, the ascribing of human qualities to deity, also of divine qualities to man; THEAN'THROPIST, one who believes in theanthropism. [Gr. theos, a god, anthr[=o]pos, man.]
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