Definition for Corinthians

Corinthians, proper n. [poss. Pelasgian kar, point, peak; or Gk koronis, crown, helm-shaped rock.]

One of the books of the New Testament; the first epistle from the Apostle Paul to the Christians at Corinth; [fig.] resurrection; restoration of the mortal body into an immortal state; (see 1 Corinthians 15:21-22 and ED letters).

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