millenarian

[ mil-uh-nair-ee-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF millenarian

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When Islm entered upon the tenth century of its existence, there was throughout Persia and India a millenarian movement.

She had become deeply impressed with the millenarian fervour which laid hold of so many some twenty-five or thirty years ago.

WORD ORIGIN

1550s, "one who believes in the coming of the (Christian) millennium," from Latin millenarius (see millennium) + -ian. As an adjective, "pertaining to the millennium," from 1630s. Related: Millennarianism.

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thousand

adjectivehaving 1000 of something
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