Monoousian meaning

(theology) Having one and the same nature or essence, especially with regard to the persons of the Trinity.
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Origin of monoousian

From Ancient Greek μονοούσιος (monoousios, “of one substance”), from μόνος (monos, “alone, only, sole, single”) + οὐσία (ousia, “being, substance, essence”) +‎ -ian.