Definition of increate in English:

increate

Line breaks: in|cre¦ate
Pronunciation: /ˌɪnkriːˈeɪt
 
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adjective

literary
Not yet created.
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  • God is described as ‘light,’ ‘the Eternal coeternal beam,’ ‘bright essence increate,’ and ‘pure ethereal stream.’
  • They make mention indeed of a Three; but that there is any mystery in the doctrine, that the Three are One, that They are coequal, co-eternal, all increate, all omnipotent, all incomprehensible, is not stated, and never could be gathered from them.

Origin

late Middle English: from ecclesiastical Latin increatus, from Latin in- 'not' + creatus (past participle of creare 'create').

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