Rogerene

noun Rog·er·ene \¦räjə¦rēn\
variants: or

Rogerine

\", -ə¦rīn\

Definition of Rogerene

plural

-s

  1. :  a follower of the religious leader John Rogers holding such principles as nonparticipation in war, religious liberty, and freedom in ecclesiastical matters

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Origin and Etymology of rogerene

rogerene from John Rogers †1721 American religious leader + English -ene (as in nazarene); rogerine alteration (influenced by English -ine, adjective suffix) of rogerene


First Known Use: 1754


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