|Muslim convert to Christianity||Morisco; Moresco|
|(Chemistry) convert into an ester, change into ester||esterify|
|(Christianity) a heretic who adhered to the belief that the Trinity does not exist||Monarchian|
|(Christianity) pertaining to baptism (ritual immersion in water, ritual application of water)||baptismal|
|(Christianity) religious ceremony or ritual believed to have been instituted by Jesus and viewed as a symbol of grace (such as baptism, matrimony, etc.); Holy Communion, holy bread, consecrated elements of Communion, religious rite or ceremony, somethi...||sacrament|
|(Christianity) through baptism (ritual immersion in water, ritual application of water)||baptismally|
|(Hindi) Muslim professor or teacher of language||moonshee|
|acceptance into church, ceremony marking beginning of responsible adulthood, confirming something, formal approval; proof; verification; coming of age ceremony (Christianity, Judaism), something that confirms something else||confirmation|
|achieve something hoped for, be or become aware of something, convert gain or loss into cash, interpret piece of music, know and understand something, translate something into money, turn work into performance, comprehend; make real, accomplish, actual...||realize|
|acquire something, admit somebody, be hurt by something, bear something, catch something, convert electronic signals, entertain visitors, get something, accept; absorb, take in; host, accommodate, greet guests, hear and acknowledge something, learn inf...||receive|
|act of becoming part of something, act or state of being incorporated into; absorption into the cultural tradition of another group (esp. a minority group into the predominant culture); process by which nourishment is absorbed into the body and convert...||assimilation|
|act of being transubstantiated; process of becoming something else; belief that sacred wine and bread become the body and blood of Jesus in the sacrament of the Mass (Christianity), change of substance, Christian doctrine, see also:consubstantiation||transubstantiation|
|adapt to a novel; create a novel from a true story (often adding fictional details), convert fact into fiction, convert movie into novel||novelize|
|adherence to letter of law, belief in necessity of good deeds, law term, obsessive adherence to rules; pedantry; doctrine that salvation is gained through good works (Christianity)||legalism|
|adherent of Islam (also Muslim), of the religion of Islam||Moslem|
|agree something, arrange or order something, attribute something, calculation of position, convert nitrogen to a stable form, cure something, determine; set firmly; stabilize; arrange; repair; prepare; attract; focus on; illegally influence the outcome...||fix|
|alter position of notes, change optical configuration, convert logical proposition, make opposite, optically inverted, product of inversion, reverse arrangement, turned around, turned upside down, reverse; reverse order; turn upside down; turn inside o...||invert|
|alter; replace; make change; become different, alteration; replacement, exchange; coins; money received back after paying for goods, become deeper, become or make something different, convert one currency into another, exchange money for smaller units,...||change|
|amir, descendant of Muhammad, Islamic ruler, Muslim ruler (i.e. prince, commander, etc.)||emir|
|ancient city of Asia Minor, in present-day Turkey. It was the capital city of Lydia and an early seat of Christianity.||Sardis|
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