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ABRAHAMITES, a sect of deists in Bohemia in the 18th century, who professed to be followers of the pre-circumcised Abraham, and declined to be classed either as Christians or Jews. Believing in one God, they contented thermelves with the Deca logue and the Paternoster. As a religious sect they disappeared by the end of the century.