from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Fullness; abundance; plenitude: in gnosticism, the spiritual world, or world of light, including the body of eons.
  • noun In botany, same as plerome.

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  • noun A state of perfect fullness, especially of God's being.
  • noun Gnosticism The spiritual universe seen in terms of the full totality of the powers and essence of God.


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From Late Latin pleroma, from Ancient Greek πλήρωμα (plērōma, "a filling up, fullness").


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  • (n). The totality of what is considered to be devine.


    September 10, 2009

  • Sounds useful!

    September 10, 2009

  • In the visual for this word you are showing a Princess Flower? The pleroma is a concept like the music of the spheres is a concept? You might find illustrations from old illustrations of alchemy about the concept of pleroma. Carl Jung wrote about it as well. Like this one.

    February 19, 2013