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Yahudi olmayan (kimse)
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{i} Musevi olmayan kimse
Yahudi olmayan kimse
{s} mormon olmayan
{s} yahudi olmayan
{i} mormon olmayan kişi
dinsel edebiyatta Musevi olmayan kimse
{i} yahudi olmayan kişi
{s} Musevi olmayan

Ne Musevi, ne de musevi olmayan, ne köle ne de özgür vardır, ne erkek ne de dişi vardır, zira Mesih İsa'da hepiniz birsiniz. - There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.

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İngilizce - İngilizce
A non-Jewish person
A non-Mormon person (including Jews)
of or pertaining to gens or gentes
tribal, national
heathen, pagan
non-Mormon (including Jews)
belonging to a people not jewish
{n} a heathen
A Gentile is a person who is not Jewish. Gentile is also an adjective. a flood of Jewish and Gentile German refugees. someone who is not Jewish (gentilis, from gens ). Gentile da Fabriano Gentile di Niccolò di Massio Gentile Giovanni
Belonging to the nations at large, as distinguished from the Jews; ethnic; of pagan or heathen people
a person who does not acknowledge your God
Denoting a race or country; as, a gentile noun or adjective
a person who is not Jewish
One of a non-Jewish nation; one neither a Jew nor a Christian; a worshiper of false gods; a heathen
A person who is not a Jew
Those who are not Jews Gentiles were used by God to punish apostate Judea (Deut 28: 49; 1 Kings 8: 33) and often included in blessings by God upon the Jewish people "Gentiles" is often used biblically in reference to nations
in this sense `Gentile' denotes a Christian as contrasted with a Jew; `goy' is a derogatory word for Christians used by Jews
   a non-Jew
A NON JEW This term usually referred to Greeks and Romans but applied to all "non - jews" or persons who were not descendants of Abraham through Jacob, thus it could include Syrians, Egyptians, Phoenicians etc
{i} non-Jew, non-Jewish person; pagan, heathen
a person who is not a member of one's own religion; used in this sense by Mormons and Hindus
A non-Jew; common Jewish term of reference in antiquity
{s} non-Jewish; heathen
in this sense `Gentile' denotes a Christian as contrasted with a Jew; `goy' is a derogatory word for Christians used by Jews a person who is not a member of one's own religion; used in this sense by Mormons and Hindus belonging to or characteristic of non-Jewish peoples
A term used by those of the Jewish or Mormon (LDS) faith to describe someone not of their beliefs
belonging to or characteristic of non-Jewish peoples
aristocratic; upper class; polite and proper
Word used by Jews to describe anyone who is not a Jew Grace - From the Latin word gratia - favour, pleasantness, thanks 1 The gift that god freely gives people to enable them to lead good lives God has saved us through his grace (Ephesians 2: 5) Actual grace is given by God as a help for particular human actions Sanctifying grace is the presence of God within a person 2 Christians should treat other people with grace or loving-kindness (Colossians 4: 6); god has also shown grace to Mary (Luke 1: 30)
Someone who is not a Jew, an uncircumcised person, one belonging to "the nations" (Ps 9: 17; Isa 2: 2; Zeph 2: 1; Hag 2: 7; Matt 1: 11; 12: 21; Luke 21: 24; etc )
Gentile Bellini
{i} (1427?-1507) Venetian painter, son of Jacopo Bellini
Gentile da Fabriano
orig. Gentile di Niccolò di Massio born 1370, Fabriano, Papal States died 1427, Rome Italian painter. He was probably trained in the Lombardy region. In 1409 he was commissioned to decorate the Doges' Palace in Venice with historical frescoes, now lost. His most important fresco cycle, also destroyed, was in the church of St. John Lateran in Rome. His major surviving painting is the celebrated Strozzi Altarpiece (1423), featuring The Adoration of the Magi. Its combination of naturalism and rich ornamentation influenced Italian artists throughout the century, notably Fra Angelico and Benozzo Gozzoli, and established Gentile as one of Italy's greatest proponents of the International Gothic style. He was the most important Italian painter of the first quarter of the 15th century
Gentile girl
girl who is not Jewish
gentile woman
woman who is not Jewish
Giovanni Gentile
born May 30, 1875, Castelvetrano, Italy died April 15, 1944, Florence Italian philosopher, sometimes called the "philosopher of fascism. " A university professor, he and Benedetto Croce edited the journal La Critica (1903-22). He served in education posts in Benito Mussolini's government. His philosophy of "actual idealism," strongly influenced by G.W.F. Hegel, denied the existence of individual minds and of any distinction between theory and practice, subject and object, past and present. He planned and edited the Enciclopedia Italiana (1936) and wrote prolifically on education and philosophy. Among his works are The Reform of Education (1920), The Philosophy of Art (1931), and My Religion (1943). He was killed by antifascist communists
Plural of gentile
(Heb , usually in plural, goyim), meaning in general all nations except the Jews In course of time, as the Jews began more and more to pride themselves on their peculiar privileges, it acquired unpleasant associations, and was used as a term of contempt
(Hebrew goyyim) In pre-Christian times, non-Jewish peoples; thereafter, non-Jewish and non-Christian (roughly synonymous with "pagan")
righteous gentile
term used to identify people who helped Jews during the Holocaust (WWII)



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    /ˈʤenˌtīl/ /ˈʤɛnˌtaɪl/


    [ 'jen-"tIl ] (noun.) 14th century. From Latin gentīlis (“pagan, foreign”), from gēns (“clan, tribe”) + adjective suffix -ilis. See also gens, gender, genus, generation.

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