Papist

  • 1 Papist — is a term, usually disparaging or an anti Catholic slur, referring to a member of the Catholic Church. It was coined during the English Reformation to indicate that a Christian s loyalties were to the Pope, rather than to the anti papal Church of …

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  • 2 papist — PAPÍST, Ă, papişti, e, s.m. şi f., adj. (înv. şi reg.; adesea depr.) Catolic. – Din fr. papiste. Trimis de valeriu, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  PAPÍST adj. v …

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  • 3 papist — pàpist (papȉst) m DEFINICIJA pristaša pape (nasuprot onima koji su za drugačiju organizaciju crkava) ETIMOLOGIJA vidi papa …

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  • 4 Papist — Pa pist, n. [F. papiste. See {Pape}, {Pope}.] A Roman Catholic; one who adheres to the Church of Rome and the authority of the pope; an offensive designation applied to Roman Catholics by their opponents. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 5 Papist — (auch Romanist) ist eine von dem Wort Papst abgeleitete, abwertende Bezeichnung für Katholiken durch andere, vor allem protestantische Christen. Der polemische Ausdruck geht auf die Reformationszeit in England im 16. Jahrhundert zurück. Er… …

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  • 6 pàpist — (papı̏st) m (pàpistkinja ž) pristaša pape (nasuprot onima koji su za drugačiju organizaciju crkava) …

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  • 7 papist — (n.) 1530s, adherent of the pope, from M.Fr. papiste, from papa pope, from Church L. papa (see POPE (Cf. pope)) …

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  • 8 papist — chiefly derogatory ► NOUN 1) a Roman Catholic. 2) a supporter of the papacy. ► ADJECTIVE 1) Roman Catholic. 2) supporting the papacy. DERIVATIVES papism noun papistry noun …

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  • 9 papist — [pā′pist] n. [ModL papista < LL(Ec) papa, POPE] a Roman Catholic, esp. one who ardently supports the pope adj. of or like a Roman Catholic (esp. one ardently supporting the pope) or the Roman Catholic Church: A hostile term …

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  • 10 papist — UK [ˈpeɪpɪst] / US noun [countable] Word forms papist : singular papist plural papists offensive an insulting word for someone who is a Roman Catholic …

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  • 11 papist — noun Usage: often capitalized Etymology: Middle French or New Latin; Middle French papiste, from pape pope; New Latin papista, from Late Latin papa pope Date: 1534 usually disparaging Roman Catholic • papist adjective, usually disparaging …

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  • 12 Papist — see papist …

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  • 13 papist — [[t]pe͟ɪpɪst[/t]] papists also Papist N COUNT Some Protestants refer to Catholics as Papists. [OFFENSIVE] …

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  • 14 papíst — a m (ȋ) slabš., zlasti v 16. stoletju, za protestante katoličan: navdušen papist …

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  • 15 papist — papistlike, adj. papistly, adv. /pay pist/, Usually Disparaging. n. 1. a Roman Catholic. adj. 2. papistical. [1515 25; earlier papista < NL. See POPE, IST] * * * …

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  • 16 papist — noun /ˈpeɪp.ɪst/ Used by some Protestants in referring to Roman Catholics, whose loyalties are seen to be with the papacy in Rome. Syn: Romist See Also: papa , papacy, papal, papistical, papistic, papism, papistry …

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  • 17 Papist — Pa|pịst 〈m. 16; abwertend〉 Anhänger des Papsttums [→ Papismus] * * * Pa|pịst, der; en, en (abwertend): Anhänger des Papismus …

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  • 18 papist — (Roget s IV) n. Syn. Roman Catholic, Romanist, Christian; see catholic 3 …

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  • 19 Papist — Pa|pịst 〈m.; Gen.: en, Pl.: en; abwertend〉 Anhänger des Papsttums …

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  • 20 papist — pa|pist [ˈpeıpıst] n [Date: 1500 1600; : French; Origin: papiste, from pape pope ] an insulting word for a member of the Roman Catholic Church, used especially by Protestants …

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