英 ['dəunətist] 美
  • n. 多纳图派信徒;清洁教教徒
  • adj. 多纳图派的;清洁教的
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Donatist (n.)
mid-15c., adherent of a Christian sect in 4c. North Africa, from Medieval Latin Donatista, from Donatus name of two of the principal men in it. The schism had more to do with episcopal succession in Carthage than with doctrine. The name is literally "bestowed, given."