gentile

  1. a person who does not acknowledge your God
  2. a person who is not a member of one's own religion; used in this sense by Mormons and Hindus
  3. in this sense `Gentile' denotes a Christian as contrasted with a Jew; `goy' is a derogatory word for Christians used by Jews

Gentile

[adj] - belonging to or characteristic of non-Jewish peoples 2. [n] - a person who is not a member of one`s own religion 3. [n] - in this sense `Gentile` denotes a Christian as contrasted with a Jew
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Gentile

Any person who is not Jewish (the term `non-Jew` is usually preferred now). In the Hebrew Bible the Gentiles are included in the future promised for Israel, which is seen as leading all...
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Gentile

Gen'tile (jĕn'tīl) noun [ Latin gentilis belonging to the same clan, stock, race, people, or nation; in opposition to Roman , a foreigner; in opposition to Jew or Christian , a heathen: confer French gentil . See Gentle , adj...
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Gentile

Gen'tile adjective 1. Belonging to the nations at large, as distinguished from the Jews ; ethnic; of pagan or heathen people. 2. (Gram.) Denoting a race or country; as, a gentile noun or adjective.
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gentile

One of a non-Jewish nation; one neither a Jew nor a Christian; a worshiper of false gods; a heathen. ... The Hebrews included in the term goyim, or nations, all the tribes of men who had not received the true faith, and were not circumcised. The Christians translated goyim by the L. Gentes, and imitated the Jews in giving the name gentiles to all n...
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gentile

adjective belonging to or characteristic of non-Jewish peoples
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Gentile

• (a.) One of a non-Jewish nation; one neither a Jew nor a Christian; a worshiper of false gods; a heathen. • (a.) Belonging to the nations at large, as distinguished from the Jews; ethnic; of pagan or heathen people. • (a.) Denoting a race or country; as, a gentile noun or adjective.
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Gentile

(from the article `Christianity`) A closely related question is whether Jesus intended his gospel to be addressed to Jews only or if the Gentiles were also to be included. In the ... ...early church nevertheless had many tensions and conflicts that called for ecumenical proclamations and pleas from the Evangelists and Apostles. ... ....
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gentile

A person who is not Jewish.
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Gentile

Gentile (from Latin gentilis, by the French `gentil`, feminine: `gentille`, meaning of or belonging to a clan or tribe) is an ethnonym that commonly means non-Jew. Other groups that claim Israelite heritage sometimes use the term to describe outsiders. The term is used by English translators for the Hebrew גוי (goy) and נכרי (nokhri) in...
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gentile

gently
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gentile

gently
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gentile

pleasing, elegant
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gentile

gently
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Gentile

Anyone not Jewish (Esposito et al. 2012b
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