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i·dol·a·ter

or i·dol·a·tor  (ī-dŏl′ə-tər)
n.
1. One who worships idols.
2. One who blindly or excessively admires or adores another.

[Middle English idolatre, from Old French, from Latin īdōlolatrēs, from Greek eidōlolatrēs : eidōlon, idol; see idol + -latrēs, worshiper.]

i•dol•a•ter

(aɪˈdɒl ə tər)

n.
1. a worshiper of idols.
2. a person who is an immoderate admirer; devotee.
[1350–1400; Middle English idolatrer]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.idolater - a person who worships idolsidolater - a person who worships idols    
gentile, heathen, infidel, pagan - a person who does not acknowledge your god
idolatress - a woman idolater
Translations

idolater

[aɪˈdɒlətəʳ] Nidólatra mf

idolater

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