Christian Theol. having the same substance: said esp. of the persons of the Trinity
Origin of consubstantialMiddle English consubstancial ; from Ecclesiastical Late Latin consubstantialis: see com- and amp; substantial
Of the same substance, nature, or essence.
Origin of consubstantialMiddle English consubstancial, from Late Latin c&omacron;nsubstantialis : Latin com-, com- + Late Latin substantialis, substantial; see substantial.
(comparative more consubstantial, superlative most consubstantial)
From Latin consubstāntiālis, from con- + substāntia (“substance”).