Definición de catechumen en inglés:

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catechumen

Pronunciación: /ˌkatɪˈkjuːmɛn/

sustantivo

1A person who is receiving instruction in preparation for Christian baptism or confirmation.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • In the early Church, catechumens were received at the great vigil of Easter, beginning on Saturday evening where the creed was ‘handed over.’
  • Forty days: time for catechumens to prepare for baptism.
  • I'm a catechumen eagerly seeking baptism, but my parents (HIndus, who emigrated from India in the 70s) are strongly opposed.
1.1A young Christian preparing for confirmation.

Origen

Late Middle English: via ecclesiastical Latin from Greek katēkhoumenos 'being instructed', present participle of katēkhein 'instruct orally' (see catechize).

Palabras que riman con catechumen

illumine, lumen

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Saltos de línea: cat¦echu|men

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