an associate of a sect of early Christians of Jewish source who retained most of the recommended Jewish observances.
A member of an American Protestant denomination, the Church of this Nazarene, that follows many of the doctrines of very early Methodism.
one from Nazareth. Ναζωραῖος
Jesus Christ. Usually with 'the'.
people in the Church associated with Nazarene.
An inhabitant of Nazareth, a town in Galilee, Palestine: a name offered (in contempt) to Christ, and the first converts to Christianity (Acts xxiv. 5); ergo, a Christian.
A member of a sect of Jewish Christians which continued into the fourth century.
plural title given to a coterie of painters in Germany in the early nineteenth eontury who were particularly against the classicism of Winckelmann and endeavored to go back on religious power of dark ages and early Renaissance. They formed themselves specifically in the Italian primitives, the painters before Raphael, also to a specific extent corresponded into pre-Raphaelites of The united kingdomt. The best painters had been Overbeck (1789–1869), Schnorr (1794–1872), and Führich (1800–1876).
an inhabitant of Nazareth
a member of several Jews which (during early history of the Christian Church) accepted Jesus because the Messiah; they accepted the Gospel According to Matthew but refused the Epistles of St. Paul and proceeded to adhere to Jewish legislation and celebrate Jewish holiday breaks; they certainly were later stated heretic by the Church of Rome