Definition of Origen in English:

Origen

proper noun

  • (c.185–c.254), Christian scholar and theologian, probably born in Alexandria. His most famous work was the Hexapla, an edition of the Old Testament with six or more parallel versions. His Neoplatonist theology was ultimately rejected by Church orthodoxy.

Pronunciation:

Origen

/ˈɒrɪdʒ(ə)n/