Zealot

  • 1 Zealot — Primera aparición WildC.AT.s Vol. 1 # 1 (Agosto de 1992) Image/Wildstorm /DC Comics Creador(es) Brandon Choi, Jim Lee Información Nombre original …

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  • 2 zealot — ► NOUN 1) a fanatical and uncompromising follower of a religion or policy. 2) (Zealot) a member of an ancient Jewish sect aiming at a world Jewish theocracy and resisting the Romans until AD 70. DERIVATIVES zealotry noun …

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  • 3 zealot — [zel′ət] n. [LL(Ec) zelotes, one who is jealous < Gr zēlōtēs, zealous follower < zēloun, to be zealous < zēlos,ZEAL] 1. a person who is zealous, esp. to an extreme or excessive degree; fanatic 2. [Z ] among the ancient Jews, a member of… …

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  • 4 Zealot — eal ot, n. [F. z[ e]lote, L. zelotes, Gr. ?. See {Zeal}.] One who is zealous; one who engages warmly in any cause, and pursues his object with earnestness and ardor; especially, one who is overzealous, or carried away by his zeal; one absorbed… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5 zealot — index addict, bigot, partisan Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 6 zealot — (n.) c.1300, member of a militant 1st century Jewish sect which fiercely resisted the Romans in Palestine, from L.L. Zelotes, from Gk. zelotes one who is a zealous follower, from zeloun to be zealous, from zelos zeal (see ZEAL (Cf. zeal)).… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 7 zealot — *enthusiast, fanatic, bigot Analogous words: partisan, sectary, adherent, disciple, *follower: devotee, votary (see ADDICT) …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 8 zealot — [n] enthusiast activist, diehard, extremist, fanatic, fiend, maniac, militant, nut, radical, ultra*, young Turk; concept 423 Ant. moderate …

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  • 9 zealot — noun York was too much of a zealot for the party to endorse seriously Syn: fanatic, enthusiast, extremist, radical, young Turk, diehard, true believer, activist, militant; bigot, dogmatist, sectarian, partisan; informal fiend, maniac, ultra, nut; …

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  • 10 Zealot — Gordon W. Zealot (* in Toronto; bürgerlicher Name: Gordon Wojcickowski) ist Koch , Performancekünstler und Musiker. Leben Als Teenager in den 1970er Jahren wurde Gordon W. Zealot von der Schule verwiesen, nachdem er und ein Schulfreund an einem… …

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  • 11 zealot — n. a religious zealot * * * [ zelət] a religious zealot …

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  • 12 zealot — [[t]ze̱lət[/t]] zealots N COUNT (disapproval) If you describe someone as a zealot, you think that their views and actions are very extreme, especially in following a particular political or religious belief. He was forceful, but by no means a… …

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  • 13 zealot — zeal·ot || zelÉ™t n. fanatic; radical zealot, fanatic zealot …

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  • 14 zealot — UK [ˈzelət] / US [zelət] noun [countable] Word forms zealot : singular zealot plural zealots formal someone who believes they are right to do whatever will help their political or religious ideas to succeed, even if it is cruel or unfair Derived… …

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  • 15 zealot — noun Etymology: Late Latin zelotes, from Greek zēlōtēs, from zēlos Date: 1537 1. capitalized a member of a fanatical sect arising in Judea during the first century A.D. and militantly opposing the Roman domination of Palestine 2. a zealous… …

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  • 16 zealot — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. fanatic, addict, fan (inf.); visionary, dreamer, enthusiast; bigot; devotee, partisan. See heterodoxy, piety. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. partisan, fan, bigot, fanatic, enthusiast, lobbyist, devotee,… …

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  • 17 zealot — [ zɛlət] noun 1》 a fanatical and uncompromising follower of a religion or policy. 2》 (Zealot) a member of an ancient Jewish sect aiming at a world Jewish theocracy and resisting the Romans until AD 70. Derivatives zealotry noun Origin C16: via… …

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  • 18 zealot — n. 1 an uncompromising or extreme partisan; a fanatic. 2 (Zealot) hist. a member of an ancient Jewish sect aiming at a world Jewish theocracy and resisting the Romans until AD 70. Derivatives: zealotry n. Etymology: eccl.L zelotes f. Gk zelotes… …

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  • 19 Zealot — n. 1 an uncompromising or extreme partisan; a fanatic. 2 (Zealot) hist. a member of an ancient Jewish sect aiming at a world Jewish theocracy and resisting the Romans until AD 70. Derivatives: zealotry n. Etymology: eccl.L zelotes f. Gk zelotes… …

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  • 20 zealot — /zel euht/, n. 1. a person who shows zeal. 2. an excessively zealous person; fanatic. 3. (cap.) a member of a radical, warlike, ardently patriotic group of Jews in Judea, particularly prominent from A.D. 69 to 81, advocating the violent overthrow …

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