neophyte

listen to the pronunciation of neophyte
Englisch - Türkisch
acemi kimse
{i} yeni girmiş kimse
{i} acemi

Sen hâlâ bir acemisin. - You're still a neophyte.

bir dini gruba yeni girmiş kimse
herhangi bir şeye yeni balayan kimse
neophyte, beginner, novice
Acemi acemi acemi
neophytes
acemi
Englisch - Englisch
A plant species recently introduced to an area (in contrast to archaeophyte, a long-established introduced species)
A name given by the early Christians, and still given by the Roman Catholics, to those who have recently embraced the Christian faith, and been admitted to baptism, especially those converts from heathenism or Judaism
A novice (recent convert), a new convert or proselyte
A beginner
having the character of a beginner
The initiate grade in Golden Dawn, also used as a term to refer to a new intitate in any of the craft paths
Another term for novice or beginner or a new convert
a plant that is found in an area where it had not been recorded previously
One who is initiated at the Easter Vigil The comes from the Greek word meaning new plant, as in a new sprout on a limb or branch
{i} beginner, novice; newcomer; beginning priest; new religious convert
to converts from heathenism or Judaism
\NEE-uh-fyt\, noun: 1 A new convert or proselyte 2 A novice; a tyro; a beginner in anything
meaning "newly planted" A neophyte is an apprentice with the Chimes, who tries out for the group and is accepted on the basis of his singing ability He then spends time with the group, getting to know the actives, calling and meeting alumni, and learning our many songs Each neophyte "process" is unique and the amount of time it takes for a neophyte (or "neo") to become a Chime wildly varies from person to person Tryouts take place twice a year, in the fall and in the spring Prospective neophytes must be Georgetown undergraduates
A neophyte is someone who is new to a particular activity. the self-proclaimed political neophyte Ross Perot. = novice
novice (recent convert), a new convert or proselyte
A new convert or proselyte; a name given by the early Christians, and still given by the Roman Catholics, to such as have recently embraced the Christian faith, and been admitted to baptism, esp
beginner
a new convert being taught the principles of Christianity by a catechist
A novice; a tyro; a beginner in anything
This is someone who has just joined a sorority
(Gr Neophotistos) A newly baptized individual or convert of the early Church
A newly baptized person; "new shoot"
an individual who is aware of only the Conscious mind, but has had an initial glimpse of a band outside of the Conscious mind Examples of these experiences include astral projection (the temporary drawing up of the attention into the astral body), a spiritual peak experience where the individual is momentarily united with the ensouling entity, an inner felt-sense of the infilling and comfort of the Holy Spirit These opening experiences start the inner quest for knowledge and communion with the Soul and the Divine that mark the Aspirant Stage of spirituality
any new participant in some activity
One who is initiated at the Easter Vigil The term comes from the Greek word meaning new plant, as in a new sprout on a limb/branch
neophytes
plural of neophyte
neophyte
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