What is meant by the word innocent?

innocent (German)

Part of speech: adjective

Increases:
positive innocent, Comparative innocent, Superlative most innocent
Hyphenation:
un | guilty, comparative: un | schul | di | ger, superlative: most inn | guilty | digs | th
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈƱnʃʊldɪç], [ˈʊnʃʊldɪk]
Word meaning / definition:
1) without guilt, not guilty
2) morally and morally pure, incapable of sin
3) containing nothing bad or bad
4) without sexual experience
Synonyms:
2) unspoiled
4) virgin, untouched
Related terms:
1) blameless, blameless
Opposite words:
1) guilty
Application examples:
1) The defendant was charged for innocent found.
2) The massacre also came innocent Killed children.
3) You saw him with one innocent Look at.
4) She was until she was nineteen innocent and pure.

Translations

  • English: 1) innocent; 2) virginal
  • Esperanto: 1) Senkulpa
  • French: innocent
  • Galician: 1) inocente
  • I do: inocenta
  • Italian: innocente
  • Catalan: 1) innocent
  • Dutch: 1) on guilty
  • Portuguese: 1) inocente
  • Swedish: oskyldig
  • Spanish: inocente; 4) virgen
  • Czech: 1) nevinný
  • Hungarian: 1) ártatlan; 4) ártatlan

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

There are sentences that seem like that innocent and still make you so angry.
Focus Online, November 12, 2018

One of the suspects sat innocent in custody? One of the suspects was released today after the judge's appearance.
BILD.de, September 18, 2018

In North Rhine-Westphalia, further cases of people have become known who innocent ended up in jail.
Day 24, November 08, 2018

The death of one innocent Syrians imprisoned in a prison in Kleve raises new questions.
dradio.de, December 6, 2018

DNA evidence today shows that he was innocent is.
stern.de, October 26, 2018

Sure they are innocent and sweet and everything. But also unbearable.
BuzzFeed, November 30, 2019

The Syrian came in 2018 innocent behind bars and died locked in his cell.
Kölnische Rundschau, June 16, 2020

In the case of the innocent Amad A., who was imprisoned and died, was contradicted by an expert witness to the results of the investigation.
BILD.de, January 27, 2020

Nina's return to the Kolle-Kiez turns into a real catastrophe, which Leon doesn't quite either innocent is.
Day 24, October 03, 2020

Man and machine, today: the new cloud eats mail, but it does innocent like a cloud of sheep.
Frankfurter Rundschau, October 5th, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / declensions

Inflection innocent - The declension of the adjective innocent

 NominativeGenitivedativeaccusative
definite article
Masculinethe innocentof the innocentthe innocentthe innocent
Femininethe innocentthe innocentthe innocentthe innocent
neuterthe innocentof the innocentthe innocentthe innocent
Pluralthe innocentthe innocentthe innocentthe innocent
indefinite article
Masculinean innocent onean innocent onean innocent onean innocent one
Femininean innocent onean innocentan innocent onean innocent one
neuteran innocent onean innocent onean innocent onean innocent one
without article
Masculineinnocentinnocentinnocentinnocent
Feminineinnocentinnocentinnocentinnocent
neuterinnocentinnocentinnocentinnocent
Pluralinnocentinnocentinnocentinnocent

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • volume up: honest, honest, sincere behavior; upscale: pure, clear, unmixed material
  • flawless: without any flaw
  • purely: completely unpolluted; without bad thoughts (especially sexual); exclusively, completely
  • innocent
  • immaculate: without pollution; morally pure
  • innocent as a lamb
  • innocent as a lamb
  • innocent like a newborn baby
  • decent: in line with the (rather prudish) sexual morality; according to the rules of conduct; moral integrity; coll. full, good
  • virgin: upscale, obsolete: as a girl / woman untouched, i.e. without having already practiced sexual intercourse / cohabitation; transferred as a landscape / object still untouched, i.e. not discovered, used, entered or the like
  • chaste: abstinence from sex; according to certain moral conditions
  • girlish: like a girl, in the manner of a girl
  • purely: completely unpolluted; without bad thoughts (especially sexual); exclusively, completely
  • demure: obsolete: in accordance with good morals; obsolete, by women: reserved towards men
  • immaculate (Bibl.): without pollution; morally pure
  • untouched: not attacked (with hands); not changed by human influences; of female persons: not having had sexual intercourse yet; not affected, not affected
  • blameless: for irreproachable behavior with a good reputation, free from public censure
  • unspoiled
  • chaste: having a high degree of decency, behaving morally and morally
  • clueless: ignorant; Knowing nothing of a thing and not suspecting anything
  • nobody said anything to me
  • not in the know
  • know of nothing
  • free of any guilt
  • free from (any) guilt
  • can do nothing for
  • without (any) fault
  • without the slightest guilt
  • through no fault of your own
  • innocent
  • through no fault of their own: free from (influences of) guilt

Another word (synonym) for innocent - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "innocent":

White: ... man has brought disaster over the country. Saying / idioms: have a white vest - be innocent white magic white mice see a white Christmas white as a ...

naive: ... simple-minded, gullible, harmless, childlike, unsuspecting, inexperienced, immature, ignorant, innocent Examples of use: 1) You naive fool really believe that? ...

on your conscience: have killed, have murdered Opposite words: 1) being innocent Examples of use: 2) He has four lives on his conscience

wash your hands in innocence: Reject all guilt, act innocently Origin of the term: 1) This phrase comes from the Old Testament (→ Wikipedia): The phrase appears literally in a confession of innocence and David's request in Psalm 26

purely: unspoiled, innocent, free 3) pure, sheer opposing words: 1) sullied, dirty, dirty 2) spoiled 3) spoiled, blended Application examples: 1) not only clean, but pure 2) it has a pure soul


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