Definition of Holy trinity

1. Noun. The union of the Father and Son and Holy Ghost in one Godhead.

Definition of Holy trinity

1. Proper noun. (Christianity) The three persons of the Godhead: the Father, Son and Holy Spirit ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Holy Trinity

Holy Mother
Holy Mother of God
Holy Roller
Holy Rollers
Holy Roman Emperor
Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II
Holy Roman Empire
Holy Sacrament
Holy Scripture
Holy See
Holy Sepulcher
Holy Sepulchre
Holy Spirit
Holy Thursday
Holy Trinity
Holy War Warriors
Holy Wednesday
Holy Week
Holy Writ
Holy Year
Holy of Holies
Holzknecht unit
Homans' sign

Literary usage of Holy trinity

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1. Ancient Mysteries Described,: Especially the English Miracle Plays, Founded by William Hone (1823)
"This fraternity of the holy trinity was founded in the forty-eighth year of Edward III., 1373, in honour of the body of Christ, and to maintain thirteen wax ..."

2. Holy-days and Holidays: A Treasury of Historical Material, Sermons in Full by Edward Mark Deems (1906)
"... SUNDAY (June) *"P RINITY SUNDAY immediately follows Whitsunday, and is set apart for the 1 honor of the holy trinity. Much obscurity surrounds the date ..."

3. A survey of London by John Stow (1842)
"I am first to begin with the late dissolved priory of the holy trinity, called Christ's church, on the right hand within Aldgate. This priory was founded by ..."

4. Picturesque History of Yorkshire: Being an Account of the History by Joseph Smith Fletcher (1899)
"... holy trinity CHURCH themselves on the magnificent Church of the holy trinity, which fills a considerable space of the frontage on the west side. ..."

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