Origin of NazareneMiddle English Nazaren ; from Ecclesiastical Late Latin Nazarenus ; from Ecclesiastical Greek Nazar?nos, the Nazarene
- a person born or living in Nazareth
- a member of an early sect of Christians of Jewish origin who continued to observe much of the Mosaic law
- ⌂ a member of the Church of the Nazarene, a Protestant sect
- Obs. a Christian: term formerly used by Muslims, Jews, etc.
- a. A native or inhabitant of Nazareth.b. Jesus.
- A member of a sect of early Christians of Jewish origin who retained many of the prescribed Jewish observances.
- A member of an American Protestant denomination, the Church of the Nazarene, that follows many of the doctrines of early Methodism.
- Used traditionally by Muslims to refer to a Christian or Westerner.
Origin of NazareneMiddle English, from Late Latin Nazar&emacron;nus, from Greek Nazar&emacron;nos, from Nazaret, Nazareth.
- Of or pertaining to Nazareth or its people.
- Of or relating to the Church of the Nazarene.
- A person from Nazareth. ÎÎ±Î¶Ï‰ÏÎ±á¿–Î¿Ï‚
- (ÎºÎ±Ï„' ÎµÎ¾Î¿Ï‡Î®Î½) Jesus Christ. Usually with 'the'.
- Members of the Church of the Nazarene.
Greek adjective ÎÎ±Î¶Î±ÏÎ·Î½ÏŒÏ‚ (NazarÄ“nos) "of Nazareth", an ethnonym of ÎÎ±Î¶Î±ÏÎÎ¸ (Nazareth). For a list of theories as to the further etymology of this word, please consult the Wikipedia article on "˜Nazarene'.