Kenosis definitions

kĭ-nō'sĭs
The relinquishment of some of the attributes of God by Jesus in becoming man and suffering death.
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The voluntary self-abasement of the second person of the Trinity in becoming human.
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(Christianity) Christ's voluntary divestment of his divine powers.
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Origin of kenosis

From Ancient Greek κένωσις (kenōsis, “emptying"), from κενόειν (kenoein, “to empty") (with reference to Philippians 2.vii, "But he emptied himself, taking the form of a slave, becoming as human beings are" - New Jerusalem Version).