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A person who maintains that the gospel of Christ is a new law entirely supplanting the old (Mosaic) law.
Of or relating to the Neonomians or their views.
Late 17th century; earliest use found in Isaac Chauncy (1632–1712), Independent minister. From ancient Greek νεο- neo- + νόμος nomos + -ian, after antinomian [adjective].
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