Triune vs Crone - What's the difference?

triune | crone |


As an adjective triune

is threefold, having three components that are both separate and united;.

As a noun crone is

(wicca) one of the triune goddesses of the lady in wicca alongside the mother and maiden and representing an old woman.

triune

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Adjective

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  • Threefold, having three components that are both separate and united;
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    * triune brain

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    crone

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    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (obsolete) An old woman.
  • * Dryden
  • But still the crone was constant to her note.
  • An archetypal figure, a Wise Woman.
  • An ugly, evil-looking, or frightening old woman; a hag.
  • (obsolete) An old ewe.
  • (Tusser)
  • (obsolete) An old man, especially one who talks and acts like an old woman.
  • * Beaconsfield
  • A few old battered crones of office.
  • * Washington Irving
  • The old crone [a negro man] lived in a hovel which his master had given him.

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