Definición de infidel en inglés:

infidel

Saltos de línea: in|fi¦del
Pronunciación: /ˈɪnfɪd(ə)l
 
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chiefly archaic

sustantivo

A person who has no religion or whose religion is not that of the majority: a crusade against infidels and heretics
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It does not believe that there are pagans and infidels waiting to be converted to a particular system of beliefs and ideas or a race of the damned waiting to be saved.
  • Churches were running out of room, and infidels begged the religious community to pray to their God to save them.
  • Particular emphasis is placed on not recognizing the holy days or national observances of the infidels.
Sinónimos
unbeliever, disbeliever, non-believer, heathen, pagan, idolater, idolatress, heretic, agnostic, atheist, non-theist, nihilist, apostate, freethinker, libertine, dissenter, nonconformist
archaic paynim

adjetivo

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Adhering to a religion other than that of the majority: the infidel foe
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The new objects were dismissed by Descartes' disciples, who felt certain that this infidel mathematician and his ungodly ‘discoveries’ could be explained away.
  • But strip an Irish Catholic of his nationality, and you tumble down the bulwark that shelters his faith in a foreign and infidel land.
  • The Turks were marched to Gallipoli to defend their homeland from infidel invaders; the English and Aussies and New Zealanders, shipped to Turkey to defeat the barbarians who had joined the German invaders.

Origen

late 15th century: from French infidèle or Latin infidelis, from in- 'not' + fidelis 'faithful' (from fides 'faith', related to fidere 'to trust'). The word originally denoted a person of a religion other than one's own, specifically a Muslim (to a Christian), a Christian (to a Muslim), or a Gentile (to a Jew).

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