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EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle English synnere, seneȝere, from Old English *synġere, *synnere, from Proto-Germanic *sundārijaz (sinner), equivalent to to sin +‎ -er. Cognate with Saterland Frisian Säänder (sinner), West Frisian sûnder (sinner), Dutch zondaar (sinner), German Low German Sünder, Sünner (sinner), German Sünder (sinner), Danish synder (sinner), Swedish syndare (sinner), Icelandic syndari (sinner).

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NounEdit

sinner (plural sinners)

  1. A person who sins or has sinned.
    Synonyms: criminal, evildoer, offender
  2. (theology) An unregenerate person.
  3. (figuratively, by extension) A person with negative qualities; one who does bad things.
    Are you a sinner or a saint?

HyponymsEdit

  • fasiq (one who has sinned by violating Islamic law)

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin signō, signāre, from signum (mark, sign).

VerbEdit

sinner

  1. (Jersey) to sign