Layman synonyms

lā'mən
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One who does not make religion a profession
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A layman, as distinguished from a clergyman.
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One who does not make religion a profession
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A layman
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A person, esp. an adult, receiving instruction in the fundamentals of Christianity before baptism or confirmation
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(--- Roman Catholic Church) A newly ordained priest.
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A new convert to a doctrine or religion.
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One who has been converted, especially from one religion or belief to another.
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A member of a parish
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A person who receives (is allowed to receive) the sacrament of Holy Communion
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A person who believes; especially regarding religion.
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One who does not make religion a profession
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A division of an order, made up of a group of monasteries
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One who is not a professional; an amateur.
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A person on probation in a religious group or order before taking vows; neophyte
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(Sometimes offensive) A person with a general but superficial interest in any art or a branch of knowledge.
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Any clergyman
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A minister or priest; a cleric.
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A member of the clergy.
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One who accepts the guidance, command, or leadership of another:
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One who officially belongs to a group.
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A person who does something without professional skill
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The definition of a recruit is a new person who has joined something, especially the military.
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One that is esoteric.
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Laypeople considered as a group.
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A skilled practitioner; an expert.
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amateur person
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A high officer of state appointed to head an executive or administrative department of government.
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(Informal) a member of the Christian clergy
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A person, usually male, with duties or skills associated with a specified thing. (Used as the last element of a compound.)
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One who is not a cleric.
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A man who is a member of the clergy.
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Find another word for layman. In this page you can discover 32 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for layman, like: one of the flock, secular, one of the laity, laic, catechumen, neophyte, proselyte, convert, parishioner, communicant and believer.