Definition of sapiential in English:

sapiential

Syllabification: sa·pi·en·tial
Pronunciation: /ˌsāpēˈen(t)SH(ə)l
 
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adjective

literary
Of or relating to wisdom.
More example sentences
  • Personified Wisdom carries different meanings according to each sapiential thread - even though the expressions are similar and written within a relatively short time in the post-exilic period.
  • Wisdom of Solomon thus saw a new synthesis of various sapiential traditions in a much broader philosophical/theological framework that could cope with a universalistic and Hellenistic perspective.
  • Subsequently, legal and sapiential texts are produced to regulate and normalize the honoring of these survey indicators, and in so doing transform them into the imagination of the people.

Origin

late 15th century: from Old French, or from ecclesiastical Latin sapientialis, from Latin sapientia 'wisdom'.

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