The definition of a proselyte is a person who switches from one belief or religion to another.(noun)
An example of a proselyte is a Christian who becomes a Muslim.
See proselyte in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME proselite < LL(Ec) proselytus < Gr prosēlytos, stranger, sojourner (in N.T., a convert) < 2d aorist stem of proserchesthai, to come < pros, toward + erchesthai, to come, akin to orcheisthai: see orchestra
See proselyte in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English proselite
Origin: , from Old French
Origin: , from Late Latin prosēlytus
Origin: , from Greek prosēlutos, stranger, proselyte
Origin: : pros-, pros-
Origin: + , ēluth-
Origin: aorist tense stem of erkhesthai, to go.
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