gnostic

See also: Gnostic

EnglishEdit

AdjectiveEdit

gnostic

  1. Alternative letter-case form of Gnostic
    • 1988, September 16, “Robert McClory”, in Heal Thy Neighbor[1]:
      Maggie (as she is usually called) says she is constantly amazed at Kast's "almost gnostic outlook" on life.
  2. (archaic, slang) knowing; wise; shrewd

NounEdit

gnostic (plural gnostics)

  1. Alternative letter-case form of Gnostic

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EtymologyEdit

From French gnostique, from Ancient Greek γνωστικός (gnōstikós, relating to knowledge), from γνωστός (gnōstós, known), from γιγνώσκω (gignṓskō, I know).

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gnostic m or n (feminine singular gnostică, masculine plural gnostici, feminine and neuter plural gnostice)

  1. Gnostic; of or pertaining to Gnosticism

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NounEdit

gnostic m (plural gnostici, feminine equivalent gnostică)

  1. a Gnostic; an adherent of Gnosticism

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