Infidel meaning

ĭn'fĭ-dəl, -dĕl'
One who has no religious beliefs.
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A person who does not believe in a particular religion, esp. the prevailing religion.
  • Among Christians, a non-Christian.
  • Among Muslims, a non-Muslim.
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One who does not believe in a certain religion.

The Imam said that all non-Muslims are considered to be infidels.

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One who does not believe in a certain principle.
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The definition of an infidel is a person who you consider a heathen because he does not adhere to the religion you believe is the true religion.

When someone does not conform to your religious beliefs, this is an example of someone you might consider an infidel.

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A person who holds no religious belief.
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A person who does not accept some particular theory, belief, etc.
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That is an infidel; unbelieving.
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Of infidels.
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One with no religious beliefs.
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An unbeliever with respect to a particular religion, especially Christianity or Islam.
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One who doubts or rejects a particular doctrine, system, or principle.
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Origin of infidel

Middle English infidele from Old French from Latin īnfidēlis disloyal in- not in–1 fidēlis faithful (from fidēs faith bheidh- in Indo-European roots)