infidel

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EtymologyEdit

First attested 1460, from Middle French infidèle, from Latin īnfidēlis ‎(unfaithful), from in- ‎(not) + fidēlis ‎(faithful). See fidelity.

NounEdit

infidel ‎(plural infidels)

  1. One who does not believe in a certain religion.
    • V. Knox
      The infidel writer is a great enemy to society.
    • 2005, George W. Braswell, Islam and America: Answers to the 31 Most-asked Questions (page 33)
      Some Muslims are taught that non-Muslims are infidels and are to be shunned.
  2. One who does not believe in a certain principle.
  3. One with no religious beliefs.

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin īnfidēlis ‎(unfaithful).

AdjectiveEdit

infidel m, f ‎(masculine and feminine plural infidels)

  1. unfaithful

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NounEdit

infidel m, f ‎(plural infidels)

  1. infidel
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