No, because the atheist does not get to define what I believe. Does a surgeon receive advice from their patient on how to best go about performing surgery?
If I go by your definitions, it will only reinforce your superstitions, because all atheist arguments against God are contingent on bad language.
I willl happily use a dictionary to prove my case. But as you stated before to me, you don't respect the authority of the dictionary when it comes to the defining of terms.
I'd rather not be arbitrary about this. I want you to have a proper understanding of theology, and you should take this opportunity because it isn't common that you will encounter someone with as mucg comprehension of the subject as I. I am not trying to brag, but it is the truth, and most people who know what I do are not masochistic enough to try to educate people who openly profess a position a position that literally means "there is no truth".
So I am offering my services here to demystify the mysterious and make lucid the obscure. Take advantage of it while you can.
Or not, we can just go back and forth dragging things on unnecessarily while we strive about the meanings of words and other vain and unfruitful pursuits.