A new convert especially a convert to some religion or religious sect, or to some particular opinion, system, or party; thus, a Gentile converted to Judaism, or a pagan converted to Christianity, is a proselyte.
To convert to some religion, opinion, or system; to bring over.
the person who has been prosylitised; a novice in the faith.
(gair / gair-EEM) n. A convert to Judaism who performs the duties and enjoys the privileges of a Jew. Anyone who has accepted Judaism out of inner conviction and without ulterior motives is called ger tsedek (sincere, true proselyte). A partial proselyte (ger toshav) has not adopted Judaism in its entirety, but has agreed to observe the seven Noahide precepts given to the descendants of Noach: abstinence from idolatry, murder, theft, blasphemy, incest, eating the flesh of a living animal, and the duty of promoting justice. Note that the process of Jewish conversion is called gerut.
a convert from one faith to another
a convert, someone you persuade out of one religion into another
a convert to the Faith, usually from another religion
a convert to the Jewish faith
a Gentile convert to Judaism
a person who has been converted from their religion, faith, sect, or party to that of the one proselytizing them
a convent from one opinion, party, or religious sect to another. (verb: to proselytize)
Proselyte, from the Koine Greek Ï€ÏÎ¿ÏƒÎ®Î»Ï…Ï„Î¿Ï‚/proselytos, is used in the Septuagint for "stranger", i.e. a newcomer to Israel; a sojourner in the land,; ; and in the New Testament (http://www.blueletterbible.org/cgi-bin/words.pl?word=4339 Strong's G4339) for a convert to Judaism from Paganism. It is a translation of the Hebrew word ×’×¨/ger (http://www.blueletterbible.org/cgi-bin/words.pl?word=01616 Strong's H1616).