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- adjective Describing the
inhabitantsof a particular place; demonymic
- noun A personal name derived from a place name.
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If we accept that the apparently anti-gentilic remarks contained therein are misunderstandings based on remarks taken out of context, why can we not accept this of Muslim literature?
He was afterward set free, and, according to Roman practice, took the gentilic name of his master.
The fact that the forefathers of the Israelites were not "Jews" leaves no doubt that this term, unlike "Children of Israel," is not gentilic.
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