Ketzer

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From Old High German ketzer and kether, from Medieval Latin Cathari, itself loaned from Byzantine Greek Καθαροί, substantive form of καθαρός "pure." See English Cathar.

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Ketzer m (genitive Ketzers, plural Ketzer, feminine Ketzerin)

  1. (Christianity) heretic (male or of unspecified sex)

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