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The members of a heretical 6th-cent. sect which held that Christ was not omniscient and shared limited knowledge with humans; = "Themistian".
Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Thomas Stapleton (1535–1598), Roman Catholic theologian. From post-classical Latin Agnoitae, plural from Byzantine Greek ἀγνοηταί (occasionally also ἀγνοίται) heretics who denied the omniscience of Christ from ancient Greek ἀγνοεῖν to be ignorant + -ται, plural of -της, suffix forming agent nouns.
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