Definitions for xenophaneszəˈnɒf əˌniz
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
c570–c480 b .c ., Greek philosopher.
Greek philosopher (560-478 BC)
By extension, a profound or transformative religious thinker.
A Greek given name.
The pre-Socratic philosopher Xenophanes of Colophon.
Origin: From Ξενοφάνης. The name means “of foreign appearance” and is composed of ξένος + φαίνω.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
the founder of the Eleatic school of philosophy, born in Asia Minor; was the first to enunciate the doctrine "all is one," but "without specifying," says Schwegler, "whether this unity was intellectual or moral.... Aristotle says he called God the one." See Eleatics.