Meaning of hypostatical in English:




See hypostatic

‘And so what is proper to each nature, by reason of the hypostatical union, is ascribed to the whole person.’
  • ‘To this passage, also, the hypostatical union is the only key.’
  • ‘His word seems to be an almost hypostatical entity.’
  • ‘What is the difference between the hypostatical union, and the mystical union that is between Christ and believers?’
  • ‘Speech could not be the hypostatical reality that became incarnate in Jesus.’