Definitions for discipledɪˈsaɪ pəl

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

dis•ci•pledɪˈsaɪ pəl(n.)

  1. any professed follower of Christ in His lifetime, esp. one of the 12 apostles.

    Category: Religion

  2. (cap.) a member of the Disciples of Christ.

    Category: Religion

  3. a pupil or an adherent of another; follower:

    a disciple of Freud.

    Category: Religion

Origin of disciple:

bef. 900; ME deciple (< AF de(s)ciple), OE discipul < L discipulus=dis-dis -1+-cip(ere), comb. form of capere to take +-ulus -ule

dis•ci′ple•ship`(n.)

Princeton's WordNet

  1. disciple, adherent(noun)

    someone who believes and helps to spread the doctrine of another

Wiktionary

  1. disciple(Noun)

    A person who learns from another, especially one who then teaches others.

  2. disciple(Noun)

    An active follower or adherent of someone, or some philosophy etc.

  3. disciple(Noun)

    miserable-looking creature of a man

  4. disciple(Verb)

    To train, educate, teach.

  5. Disciple(Noun)

    Any of the followers of Jesus Christ.

  6. Disciple(Noun)

    One of the twelve disciples of Jesus sent out as Apostles.

  7. Origin: discipul, from discipulus, from discere; akin to docere. Later influenced or superceded in Middle English by deciple.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Disciple(noun)

    one who receives instruction from another; a scholar; a learner; especially, a follower who has learned to believe in the truth of the doctrine of his teacher; an adherent in doctrine; as, the disciples of Plato; the disciples of our Savior

  2. Disciple(verb)

    to teach; to train

  3. Disciple(verb)

    to punish; to discipline

  4. Disciple(verb)

    to make disciples of; to convert to doctrines or principles

Freebase

  1. DISCiPLE

    The DISCiPLE was a floppy disk interface for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum home computer. Designed by Miles Gordon Technology, it was marketed by Rockfort Products and launched in 1986. Like Sinclair's own ZX Interface 1, the DISCiPLE was a wedge-shaped unit fitting underneath the Spectrum. It was designed as a super-interface, providing all the facilities a Spectrum owner could need. In addition to floppy-disk, parallel port printer interface and a "magic button", it also offered twin joystick ports, Sinclair ZX Net-compatible network ports and an inhibit button for disabling the device. At the rear of the unit was a pass-through port for connecting further devices, although the complexity of the DISCiPLE meant that many would not work, or only if the DISCiPLE was "turned off" using the inhibit button. The DISCiPLE was a considerable success but its sophistication meant that it was expensive and the plastic casing, located beneath the computer itself, was sometimes prone to overheating. These factors led to the development of MGT's later +D interface. The DISCiPLE's DOS was named GDOS. MGT's later DOSs were backwards-compatible with GDOS. In later years a complete new system called UNI-DOS was developed by SD Software for the DISCiPLE and +D interfaces. In October 1993 "The Complete DISCiPLE Disassembly" was published in book form, documenting the "GDOS system 3d" version.


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Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

disciple(noun)

a person who believes in the teaching of another, especially one of the original followers of Christ

Jesus and his twelve disciples.

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