An example of a trinity is the holy trinity - Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
- the condition of being three or threefold
- a set of three persons or things that form a unit
- [T-]Christian Theol. Trinity Sunday
Origin of trinityMiddle English trinite from Old French trinité from Classical Latin trinitas, triad, in LL(Ec), the Trinity (infl. by Classical Greek trias) from trinus: see trine and -ity
- A group consisting of three closely related members. Also called triunity .
- Trinity Theology In most Christian faiths, the union of three divine persons, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, in one God. Also called Trine .
- Trinity Trinity Sunday.
Origin of trinityMiddle English trinite from Old French from Latin trīnitās from trīnus trine ; see trine .
From Old French trinitÃ© (French: trinitÃ©), from Latin trÄ«nitÄs, from trÄ«ni (“three each"), from trÄ“s (“three").
From Latin trÄ«nitÄs, from trÄ«ni (“three each"), from trÄ“s (“three").