- a person who worships an idol or idols
- a devoted admirer; adorer
Origin of idolaterMiddle English idolatre ; from Old French ; from Ecclesiastical Late Latin idololatres ; from Ecclesiastical Late Greek eid?lolatr?s ; from Classical Greek eid?lon (see idol) + latris, hired servant ; from latron, wages: see larceny
- One who worships idols.
- One who blindly or excessively admires or adores another.
Origin of idolaterMiddle English idolatre, from Old French, from Latin &imacron;d&omacron;lolatr&emacron;s, from Greek eid&omacron;lolatr&emacron;s : eid&omacron;lon, idol; see idol + -latr&emacron;s, worshiper.