She regularly attended the evangelical Citygate Church in Bournemouth and was baptised there.
And finally life appeared; it yawned three times, and was baptised and buried in consecrated ground.
baptised, rum, brandy, or any other spirits that have been lowered with water.
Those of the priory of Little Dunmow, Essex, according to an old chartulary, were new cast and baptised in 1501.
Or, again, there are the people who are buried or were baptised in these churches.
Three weeks after these events a number of Indians were baptised by our missionary.
Then the latest Scruggs baby was brought forward to be baptised.
He also came forward to be baptised with holy water in England, which had for some while past been versed in Christianity.
In those days, if a Jew were baptised, he forfeited all he had to the King.
Being a delicate infant, he was baptised in Ealing church when one day old.
c.1300, from Old French batisier (11c.), from Latin baptizare, from Greek baptizein "to immerse, to dip in water," also used figuratively, e.g. "to be over one's head" (in debt, etc.), "to be soaked (in wine);" in Greek Christian usage, "baptize;" from baptein "to dip, steep, dye, color," from PIE root *gwabh- "to dip, sink." Christian baptism originally consisted in full immersion. Related: Baptized; baptizing.