Question by  redsol1 (35)

What is the Latin word for "sinner"?


Answer by  Jenkins (149)

The Latin translation of "sinner" depends on the gender of the individual you're referring to. A male sinner would be a "peccator", and a female sinner would be a "peccatrix". (The genitive forms would be peccatoris and peccatricis respectively. ) Also note that these words refer specifically to the idea of a sin against God, and not simply a wrongdoer.


Answer by  puella22 (160)

If the sinner in question is masculine, the word would be peccator. If the sinner in question is feminine, the word would be peccatrix. The verb (to sin) is peccare.

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