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King James Dictionary
PROS'ELYTE, n. Gr. to come. A new convert to some religion or religious sect, or to some particular opinion, system or party. Thus a Gentile converted to Judaism is a proselyte a pagan converted to christianity is a proselyte and we speak familiarly of proselytes to the theories of Brown, of Black, or of Lavoisier. The word primarily refers to converts to some religious creed.
PROS'ELYTE, To make a convert to some religion, or to some opinion or system.
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