Definition of nomian in English:

nomian

adjective

rare
  • That upholds religious law; (Theology) that considers the first five books of the Old Testament to have prophetic authority.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in William Taylor (1765–1836), reviewer and translator. From ancient Greek νόμος law + -ian.

Pronunciation

nomian

/ˈnəʊmɪən/