Copt.

Copt.
Copt «kopt», noun.
1. a native of Egypt descended from the ancient Egyptians.
2. a member of the Coptic Church.
[< New Latin Coptus < Arabic Qubt the Copts < Coptic Gyptios an Egyptian < Greek Aigýptios]
Copt.,
Coptic.

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  • Copt — native monophosyte Christian of Egypt, 1610s, from Mod.L. Coptus, from Arabic quft, probably from Coptic gyptios, from Gk. Agyptios Egyptian. Arabic has no p and often substitutes f or b for it. Related: Coptic …   Etymology dictionary

  • Copt — ► NOUN 1) a native Egyptian in the Hellenistic and Roman periods. 2) a member of the Coptic Church, the native Christian Church in Egypt. ORIGIN Latin Coptus, from Greek Aiguptios Egyptian …   English terms dictionary

  • Copt — [käpt] n. [ModL Coptus: see COPTIC] 1. an Egyptian who is a descendant of Egypt s ancient inhabitants 2. a member of the Coptic Church …   English World dictionary

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  • Copt — Copts Copts (k[o^]pts ), n. pl.; sing. {Copt} (k[o^]pt). [See {Coptic}.] (Etnol.) 1. An Egyptian race thought to be descendants of the ancient Egyptians. [1913 Webster] 2. The principal sect of Christians in Egypt and the valley of the Nile.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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