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a maximis ad minima

from the greatest to the least

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a nemine

from none; from no one

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a posteriori

from the latter

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a priori

from the former

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ablutio

a washing or cleansing

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abrenuntiatio

absolute renunciation

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absolutio

absolution or acquittal, pardon

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abstractum

an abstraction

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acceptatio

acceptation

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acceptilatio

acceptation

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acceptio personarum

partiality towards persons

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accidens

accident

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accommodatio

accommodation

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acedia

sloth, apathy, or despair

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achōristōs (ἀχωρίστως)

without separation

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acroamaticus

high; of or pertaining to higher things

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actio

action, activity

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actio Dei praevia

prior or preceding act of God

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actio efficax

effective action or effective act

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actio sacramentalis

sacramental action or activity

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actiones Θεανδρικαί

theandric activities

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actus

act, actualization, actuality, or reality

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actus apprehendi

apprehension, the act or actuality of apprehending

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actus cogitandi

activity of thinking

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actus consolatorius

consolatory realization or actualization

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actus depositionis

act of deposition

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actus dispositivus sive praeparatorius

a dispositive or preparatory act or actuality

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actus fidei

the act, actualization, perfecting operation, or actualizing operation of faith

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actus fiduciae

the actualization of trust

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actus forensis

forensic act

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actus iustificatorius

justificatory act or operation

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actus mixtus

mixed or incomplete actualization

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actus praeparatorius

preparatory act

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actus praecedaneus

preceding act or actualization

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actus primus

primary actuality

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actus purus

pure or perfect actualization or actuality

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actus purissimus

most pure actuality

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actus secundus

secondary actuality

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actus unionis

the actuality or actualization of union

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ad arbitrium

at one's choice, at will, arbitrarily

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ad extra

external, outward, toward the outside

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ad extremum

at last, finally; to an extreme

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ad hoc

to or for this (i.e., to or for this case alone, special)

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ad hominem

to the man

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ad intra

internal, inward, toward the inside

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ad rem

to the thing (i.e., regarding the matter at hand)

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adiairetōs kai achōristōs (ἀδιαιρέτως καὶ ἀχωρίστως)

without division and without separation

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adiaphora (from the Greek ἀδιάφορα)

things indifferent

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adiastasia (ἀδιαστασία)

continuity, absence of separation

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adidaktos (ἀδίδακτος)

untaught, uninstructed

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adikia (ἀδικία)

wrongdoing or injustice; wickedness

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adminicula

supports, assistants, auxiliaries

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administratio foederis gratiae

administration of the covenant of grace

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administratio sacramenti

administration of the sacrament

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administratio sacramentorum

administration of the sacraments

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adoptio

adoption

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adventus Christi

the advent or coming of Christ

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advocatus diaboli

devil's advocate

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adynamia (ἀδυναμία)

lack of strength, power, or ability

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aequipollens

equivalent, of equal significance

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aequivocus

equivocal

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aeternitas

eternity

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affectio

affection

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affectus voluntatis Dei

affections of the will of God

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afflatus

a breathing on someone or something

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agenda

things to be done

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agennēsia (ἀγεννησία)

innascibility or unbegottenness

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aiōn (αίων)

eon, aeon, age, era

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aisthētikon (αίσθητικόν)

the spiritual faculty of soul

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akatalēptos (ἀκατάληπτος)

something which cannot be contained or fathomed