transubstantiation late 14c., "change of one substance to another," from M.L. trans(s)ubstantiationem (nom. trans(s)ubstantio), noun of action from trans(s)ubstantiare "to change from one substance into another," from L. trans- "across" (see TRANS- (Cf. trans-)) + substantiare "to substantiate," from substania "substance" (see SUBSTANCE (Cf. substance)). Ecclesiastical sense in reference to the Eucharist first recorded 1530s.

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