disbeliever vs unbeliever what difference

what is difference between disbeliever and unbeliever

English

Etymology

disbelieve +‎ -er or dis- +‎ believer

Noun

disbeliever (plural disbelievers)

  1. One who disbelieves; one who does not believe.

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English

Etymology

From un- +‎ believer, perhaps a corruption of earlier wanbeliever (unbeliever).

Noun

unbeliever (plural unbelievers)

  1. One who does not believe, particularly in a deity (used by believers to describe people who do not believe in the same deity or deities as themselves).

Synonyms

  • infidel
  • non-believer
  • nonbeliever

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