Definition of Baptizer

1. n. One who baptizes.



Definition of Baptizer

1. Noun. Agent noun of baptize; a person who baptizes. ¹

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Definition of Baptizer

1. a baptist [n -S] - See also: baptist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Baptizer

baptistery
baptistic
baptistical
baptistries
baptistry
baptitoxine
baptizable
baptizand
baptizands
baptization
baptizations
baptize
baptized
baptizement
baptizements
baptizer (current term)
baptizers
baptizes
baptizeth
baptizin'
baptizing
bapu
bapus
bar-
bar-b-que
bar-b-ques
bar-crested antshrike
bar-crested antshrikes
bar-keeper

Literary usage of Baptizer

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1. Men of Mark: Eminent, Progressive and Rising by William J. Simmons, Henry McNeal Turner (1887)
"Eminent Minister—Moderator of the General Association—Editor— Preacher of Twelve Thousand Funeral Sermons—baptizer of Eight Thousand Candidates. REV. MR. ..."

2. A complete concordance to the revised version of the New Testament by John Alexander Thoms (1882)
"29. not raised why then are they b. for them [baptizer.] Mrk. 6. 14. John the Baptist [Gr., the В.] is 6. 24. the head of John the Baptist [Gr., ..."

3. History of the Early Baptists: From the "beginning of the Gospel" to the by William Cocil Duncan (1857)
"THE first baptizer was John the Baptist. In the year of Rome 781, Tiberius being on the throne of the Caesars, that holy man came forth from the wilderness ..."

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