baptist
Pronunciation
  • IPA: /ˈbæptɪst/
Noun

baptist (plural baptists)

  1. A person who baptizes
Related terms Translations
Baptist
Noun

baptist

  1. An adherent of a Protestant denomination (or various subdenominations) of Christianity, which believes in the baptism of believers (sometimes only adults), as opposed to the baptism of infants.
Related terms Translations Adjective

baptist

  1. Of, relating to, or adhering to the Baptist religious denomination.
Translations
  • French: baptiste
  • German: baptistisch, Baptisten- (in compound words)
  • Portuguese: batista
  • Russian: бапти́стский
  • Spanish: bautista



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