Definition of Praxean in English:

Praxean

adjective

Church History
  • Of or relating to the beliefs of Praxeas and his followers; = "Monarchian".

Origin

Mid 17th century (in an earlier sense). From the name of Praxeas (post-classical Latin Praxeas) (200 a.d.), a theologian of Asiatic origin + -an, perhaps after post-classical Latin Praxeanus (noun).

Pronunciation

Praxean

/ˈpraksɪən/