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From New Latin anabaptista, from the Ancient Greek ἀναβαπτισμός (anabaptismós), itself from ἀνά- (aná-, re-) and βαπτισμός (baptismós, baptism).

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Anabaptist (plural Anabaptists)

  1. A member of a radical wing of Christians during the Protestant Reformation (such as a Mennonite, an Amish person, a Hutterite, a Brethren community, etc.).
  2. A member of any of several present-day churches.

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Anabaptist (comparative more Anabaptist, superlative most Anabaptist)

  1. Relating to Anabaptism or the Anabaptists during the Protestant Reformation.
  2. Relating to Anabaptism or the Anabaptists of the present-day.

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