repentant

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EtymologyEdit

From Old French repentant, present participle of repentir.

AdjectiveEdit

repentant (comparative more repentant, superlative most repentant)

  1. Feeling or showing sorrow for wrongdoing.
    • 2013, Valorie Cunningham, Choices, FriesenPress, →ISBN:
      I cannot believe that God wants us to kill no matter if this man is a sinner. God’s greatest commandment is one of love, not hate and revenge. I believe that this man is repentant for his wrongdoings. He has asked for forgiveness.

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NounEdit

repentant (plural repentants)

  1. One who repents; a penitent.

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FrenchEdit

VerbEdit

repentant

  1. present participle of repentir

AdjectiveEdit

repentant (feminine singular repentante, masculine plural repentants, feminine plural repentantes)

  1. repentant

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repentant (feminine singular repentante, masculine plural repentans, feminine plural repentantes)

  1. present participle of repentir
  2. (may be preceded by en, invariable) gerund of repentir

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repentant m (oblique and nominative feminine singular repentant or repentante)

  1. repentant