New Jerusalemite

noun New Je·ru·sa·lem·ite \-pronunciation at jerusalem +ˌīt\

Definition of New Jerusalemite

plural

New Jerusalemites

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Origin and Etymology of new jerusalemite

New Jerusalem (Church) church holding the doctrines taught by Emanuel Swedenborg †1772 Swedish philosopher and religious writer (from New Jerusalem + church) + English -ite


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