Impanation

/ˌɪmpəˈneɪʃ(ə)n/

Origin

1540–50; < Medieval Latin impanātiōn- (stem of impanātiō), equivalent to Latin im- im-1 + pan(is) bread + -ātiōn- -ation (Source: dictionary.com)

Mid 16th century from medieval Latin impanatio(n-), from impanare ‘embody in bread’, from in- ‘in’ + panis ‘bread’. (Source: lexico.com)

Definitions of Impanation

Impanation

noun

  1. the doctrine that the body and blood of Christ are in the bread and wine after consecration.
  2. Christianity the embodiment of Christ in the consecrated bread and wine of the Eucharist

dictionary.com

Impanation

noun

  1. The medieval and Reformation doctrine that the body of Christ is present within the Eucharistic bread and does not replace it.

lexico.com

Impanation

noun

  1. : the inclusion of the body of Christ in the eucharistic bread in a hypostatic union without change in either substance — compare invination
  2. : the Christian theological doctrine affirming the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist by impanation and invination — compare consubstantiation, transubstantiation

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Nearby words

impaired , impairment , impala , impale , impalpable , impanel , impar , imparadise , imparipinnate , imparisyllabic

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