1. Pertaining to the time before the arrival of Christianity, particularly in Western Europe.
    pre-Christian and pre-Abrahamic traditions
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pre-Christian (plural pre-Christians)

  1. (Christianity) A person who is not yet a Christian, regarded as a potential convert.

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