noun hem·er·o·baptist \¦hemərō+\

Definition of hemerobaptist

  1. usually capitalized :  one who practices daily or frequent baptism or ceremonial ablution; specifically :  a member of an ancient Jewish sect

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Origin and Etymology of hemerobaptist

Medieval Latin Hemerobaptista, from Greek Hēmerobaptistēs, from hēmero- (from hēmera day) + baptistēs baptizer — more at baptist

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