eretic

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Perhaps originally from Slavic or Old Church Slavonic еретикъ (eretikŭ), (cf. Greek αιρετικός (airetikós)), from Ancient Greek αἱρετικός (hairetikós). It may have been later reinforced or re-borrowed through French hérétique or Latin haereticus.

Adjective[edit]

eretic m or n (feminine singular eretică, masculine plural eretici, feminine and neuter plural eretice)

  1. heretical

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Noun[edit]

eretic m (plural heretici)

  1. heretic

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