Definition of Nazarenus, Nazarus, Nazareus
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LNS
Nazarēnus, Nazarēna, Nazarēnum
(Nazarus, Nazara, Nazarum)
(Nazarēus, Nazarēa, Nazarēum)
Nazareth
adjective (2-1-2)
  1. of or belonging to Nazareth, Nazarene
  2. Nazarene
  3. Christian
Abbreviations
Nāzareth, indecl., or Nāzara, ae, f., a city in Palestine, the home of the parents of Jesus, Vulg. Marc. 1, 9; id. Matt. 2, 23; 4, 13: a Nazareth potest aliquid boni esse? id. Johan. 1, 46.

—Form Nazara, Juvenc. 2, 197.

Hence, Nazarēnus, Naza-rēus, and Nazarus, a, um, adj., of or belonging to Nazareth, Nazarene: Jesus Nazarenus, Vulg. Johan. 19, 19; also, Nazarene, i. e. Christian: disciplina Nazarena, Prud. στεφ. 10, 45: Nazarei viri, Christians, id. ap. Symm. 1, 550: Nazara plebes, Juvenc. 3, 29.

—Subst. Nazarēnus, i, m., the Nazarene, i. e. Christ, Prud. Cath. 7, 1.

— Nazaraeus, i, m., a Nazarene, Vulg. Matt. 2, 23.
 
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