usage note
This word must be preceded by the definite article in the sense shown in 4).
1. (of Nazarene origin) 
a. Nazarene 
Como historiadora, estar en territorio nazareno fue una experiencia increíble y enriquecedora.As a historian, being in Nazarene territory was an incredible and enriching experience.
masculine or feminine noun
2. (person from Nazareth) 
a. Nazarene 
Un nazareno acaba de entrar a trabajar a la joyería.A Nazarene has just started working at the jewelry store.
3. (religious) (Spain) 
a. penitent (in Holy Week processions) 
Los nazarenos, vistiendo sus largas túnicas, alumbran el camino de la procesión con sus cirios.The penitents, wearing their long tunics, are lighting the way of the procession with their paschal candles.
proper noun
4. (Jesus Christ) 
a. Nazarene 
Se cree que el Nazareno hizo milagros, por ejemplo, curar a los enfermos.It's believed that the Nazarene performed miracles such as healing the sick.
1. (general) 
a. Nazarene 
2. (general) 
a. Nazarene 
b. penitent in Holy Week processions 
el Nazareno, -aJesus of Nazareth
nazarenoa nazarena
(Hist) Nazarene
1 (Hist) Nazarene
2 (Religión) penitent in a Holy Week procession
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1 (fraude) con trick (familiar)
2 (persona) con man (familiar)
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