Abraxas meaning
[uh-brak-suh s]
Definitions of abraxas is:
  • noun abraxas
    an ancient charm composed of Greek letters: originally believed to have magical powers and inscribed on amulets, etc, but from the second century ad personified by Gnostics as a deity, the source of divine emanations
  • noun abraxas
    a word of unknown significance found on charms, especially amulets, of the late Greco-Roman world and linked with both Gnostic beliefs and magical practices by the early church fathers.
  • noun abraxas
    (gnosticism, historical) A mistaken transcription of Abrasax.