Variant of blaspheme
- to speak irreverently or profanely of or to (God or sacred things)
- to curse or revile
Origin: Middle English blasfemen ; from Old French blasfemer ; from Ecclesiastical Late Latin blasphemare ; from Classical Greek blasphēmein, to speak evil of, inch(es) Ecclesiastical Late Greek blaspheme ; from blas- (; from uncertain or unknown; perhaps ) plush phēmē, utterance: see fame
- blasphemer noun
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