Origin of Nazarite
OTHER WORDS FROM NazariteNaz·a·rit·ic [naz-uh-rit-ik], /ˌnæz əˈrɪt ɪk/, adjective
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How to use Nazarite in a sentence
In like manner, the Nazarite separated himself from certain things, not merely in reality, but likewise by vow.
A most important truth is here taught—that even unwitting contact with death might bring sin upon the Nazarite.
The answer seems to be, that the voluntary part of Nazarite service lay first and chiefly in the surrender to become a Nazarite.
When the vows of the Nazarite were made lawfully, their matter was not indifferent.
The vows of the Nazarite were dutiful under the former dispensation.