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Originated 1830–40 from Medieval Latin biblicus (Biblical) + -ist.

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biblicist (comparative more biblicist, superlative most biblicist)

  1. Of, relating, or characteristic of biblicism (or a biblicist).

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biblicist (plural biblicists)

  1. A Biblical scholar or expert (Bible scholar or expert).
  2. One who interprets the Bible literally.

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