heretic

  • 1 Heretic II — Heretic Entwickler: Raven Software Verleger: id Software GT Interactive Publikation: 1994 …

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  • 2 Heretic — Entwickler Raven Software Publisher …

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  • 3 Heretic — Desarrolladora(s) Raven Software Distribuidora(s) GT Interactive Motor Motor modificado de Doom …

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  • 4 Heretic — Éditeur id Software Développeur Raven Software Concepteur Brian Raffel Date de sortie 1994 Genre jeu de tir à la première personne Mode de jeu …

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  • 5 Heretic — Her e*tic, n. [L. haereticus, Gr. ? able to choose, heretical, fr. ? to take, choose: cf. F. h[ e]r[ e]tique. See {Heresy}.] 1. One who holds to a heresy; one who believes some doctrine contrary to the established faith or prevailing religion.… …

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  • 6 heretic — n Heretic, schismatic, sectarian, sectary, dissenter, nonconformist are comparable when denoting a person who from the point of view of a particular church or religious faith is not orthodox in his beliefs. Heretic applies to one who teaches and… …

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  • 7 heretic — [her′ə tik] n. [ME heretike < MFr hérétique < LL(Ec) haereticus, of heresy, heretic < Gr hairetikos, able to choose, in LGr(Ec), heretical < hairein, to take, choose] a person who professes a heresy; esp., a church member who holds… …

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  • 8 heretic — I noun apostate, dissenter, dissentient, dissident, haereticus, iconoclast, infidel, misbeliever, nonconformist, protestant, schismatic, sectarian, separatist, skeptic, unbeliever II index malcontent, pariah, recusant …

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  • 9 heretic — (n.) mid 14c., from O.Fr. eretique (14c., Mod.Fr. hérétique), from Church L. haereticus, from Gk. hairetikos able to choose, the verbal adjective of hairein (see HERESY (Cf. heresy)) …

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  • 10 heretic — ► NOUN ▪ a person believing in or practising heresy. DERIVATIVES heretical adjective heretically adverb …

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  • 11 Heretic — У этого термина существуют и другие значения, см. Heretic (значения). Heretic Разработчик …

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  • 12 Heretic — A heretic is a person who expresses or acts on opinions considered to be heresy.Heretic may also refer to:* Heretic (computer game) (1994), from Raven Software * Heretic II , 1998 sequel to the aforementioned gameIn literature: * Peter Cameron… …

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  • 13 Heretic II — У этого термина существуют и другие значения, см. Heretic (значения). Heretic II  компьютерная игра жанра «шутер от третьего лица» (в отличие от первой части) в фэнтэзийном окружении, разработанная в 1998 году компанией Raven Software и… …

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  • 14 Heretic II — Infobox VG title = Heretic II caption= developer = Raven Software Loki Software (Linux) Hyperion Entertainment (Amiga) publisher = Activision designer = Jon Zuk composer = Kevin Schilder engine = Modified id Tech 2 version = 1.06 released=… …

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  • 15 heretic — [[t]he̱rɪtɪk[/t]] heretics 1) N COUNT A heretic is someone whose beliefs or actions are considered wrong by most people, because they disagree with beliefs that are generally accepted. He was considered a heretic and was ridiculed and ostracized… …

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  • 16 heretic — UK [ˈherətɪk] / US noun [countable] Word forms heretic : singular heretic plural heretics someone who does or believes things that oppose the official principles of a religion Derived word: heretical UK [həˈretɪk(ə)l] / US adjective …

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  • 17 heretic — her|e|tic [ˈherıtık] n someone who is guilty of heresy ▪ Cranmer was put to death as a heretic. >heretical [hıˈretıkəl] adj …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 18 heretic — noun (C) someone who is guilty of heresy: Cranmer was put to death as a heretic. heretical /hi retIkFl/ adjective …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 19 heretic — noun Date: 14th century 1. a dissenter from established religious dogma; especially a baptized member of the Roman Catholic Church who disavows a revealed truth 2. one who dissents from an accepted belief or doctrine ; nonconformist …

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