Christ

1. anlamı hazreti isa (a.s.). mesih.
2. anlamı İsa. hay Allah!. vay canına!. amanın!. eyvah!.
3. anlamı İsa. Mesih.
4. hıristiyan. İsa. hay Allah! vay canina! amanin! eyvah!. Hz. İsa. İsa peygamber.

Christ

i. mesih, Hazreti İsa
i. hay

Christ

Fransızca Christ kelimesinin Türkçe karşılığı.
[le] İsa (resmi\heykeli)

Christ

Almanca Christ kelimesinin Türkçe karşılığı.
npr. Isa Peygamber (m)

Christ

Christ İngilizce anlamı ve tanımı

Christ anlamları

  1. (noun) The Anointed; an appellation given to Jesus, the Savior. It is synonymous with the Hebrew Messiah.
Kelime: Christ
Söyleniş: 'krIst
İşlev: noun
Kökeni: Middle English Crist, from Old English, from Latin Christus, from Greek Christos, literally, anointed, from chriein
Tarih: before 12th century
1 : MESSIAH2 : JESUS3 : an ideal type of humanity4 Christian Science : the ideal truth that comes as a divine manifestation of God to destroy incarnate error- Christ·like /-"lIk/ adjective- Christ·ly /-lE/ adjective

1. The Anointed; an appellation given to Jesus, the Savior.2. It is synonymous with the Hebrew Messiah.3. a teacher and prophet born in Bethlehem and active in Nazareth; his life and sermons form the basis for Christianity . . any expected deliverer.4. A transliteration of the Greek word that is the equivalent for the Hebrew word rendered in most translations as {Messiah}, meaning ``anointed one'' The Bible refers to others as being anointed by God, but Christ as an official title belongs only to Jesus in his Messianic role Once a person in service noted that I referred at least twice to ``Christ Jesus'' rather than ``Jesus Christ'' and wondered why I inverted the order, and which was correct Because Christ is a title, not a part of Jesus' name, although Jesus Christ is the more common ordering, either way is correct, just as one might properly say either ``President Clinton'' or ``Mr Clinton, the President'' . . from the Greek "christos," meaning "anointed one" or "chosen one " See also Messiah .5. A term used to designate the head of the Spiritual Hierarchy; the World Teacher; the Master of all the Masters The office presently held by the Lord Maitreya .6. Christ is the Greek word that Greek-speaking Jews used as the translation of the Hebrew word messiah Thus to Greek-speaking Jews and to the God-fearing gentiles who attended the synagogue, christ meant either a mundane Hebrew king, such as Solomon, David, or Hezekiah, or the apocalyptic king at the end of time However, the Greek word christ comes from a verb that means to rub down an athlete with lineament—the closest equivalent in Greek to the concept of anointing Therefore, as we moved out of Palestine and into the Greek-speaking world to proclaim Jesus as the Messiah, outsiders invented the word Christian to deride us .7. Christ the Second Person of the Trinity; the one Son of God or totality of the Sonship; the Self that God created by extension of His spirit; though Christ creates as does His Father, He is not the Father since God created Christ, but Christ did not create God see: creations, vision. . from "Christos," the Greek equivalent of the Hebrew term "Messiah " Both words literally mean "Anointed One" This was the word used in the Septuagint, an ancient Greek translation of the Hebrew Scriptures as prepared by Jewish translators three centuries before the time of Jesus When early Christians believed they had found their Messiah, they naturally referred to him as "the Christ " When Christians say "Jesus Christ" they are actually saying "Jesus the Messiah ". . Applied to Jesus/Joshua of Nazareth by his followers as a title, but soon came to be treated as a sort of second name See Messiah .8. The title of Jesus From the Greek word 'Messiah' meaning 'anointed one' .9. The World Teacher of humanity and angels alike The Master of Masters Embodier of the 2nd or Love aspect of Deity Known as Maitreya in the East Set to "reappear" to 0fulfill His mission started 2000 years ago .10. The image of God in form, the divine individual Child of God Humanity .11. The Greek equivalent of the Hebrew word 'Messiah ' It means 'The Anointed One ' Jesus was called the Christ because He was the one whom God chose and sent as Savior and Lord .12. From the Greek Christos, a translation of the Hebrew Messiah, meaning "anointed one," the term derives from the ancient practice of anointing kings at their coronation The Messiah or Christ was to be a kingly descendant of David .13. Christ is a title It is the N T equivalent of the O T term "messiah" and means "anointed one " It is applied to Jesus as the anointed one who delivers from sin Jesus alone is the Christ As the Christ He has three offices: Prophet, Priest, and King As Prophet He is the mouthpiece of God and represents God to man As Priest He represents man to God and restores fellowship between them by offering Himself as the sacrifice that removed the sin of those saved As King He rules over His kingdom By virtue of Christ creating all things , He has the right to rule Christ has come to do the will of the Father , to save sinners , to fulfill the O T , to destroy the works of Satan , and to give life Christ is holy , righteous , sinless , humble , and forgiving . .    the Greek word for the Hebrew masiah Both words mean anointed, that is, blessed by having oil poured over the head By applying this title to Jesus, the early Christians expressed their belief that he was the messiah of Israel . . "anointed".14. Another name for Jesus Christ Also means Anointed One.15. Christ is a title It is the N T equivalent of the O T term "messiah" and means "anointed one " It is applied to Jesus as the anointed one who delivers from sin Jesus alone is the Christ As the Christ He has three offices: Prophet, Priest, and King As Prophet He is the mouthpiece of God and represents God to man As Priest He represents man to God and restores fellowship between them by offering Himself as the sacrifice that removed the sin of those saved As King He rules over His kingdom By virtue of Christ creating all things , He has the right to rule Christ has come to do the will of the Father , to save sinners , to fulfill the O T , to destroy the works of Satan , and to give life Christ is holy , righteous , sinless , humble , and forgiving .16. The second person of the Trinity, Who is present in the Eucharist .17. The Messiah/The Anointed One.18. Originally a title, the Greek equivalent of the Hebrew word "Messiah " It means "the anointed one " Jesus was called the Christ because he was the one whom God chose and sent as Savior and Lord .19. Christian.

Christ ile eşanlamlı (synonym) kelimeler

Deliverer, Jesus, Messiah, Redeemer, Savior,

Christ

Fransızca Christ kelimesinin İngilizce karşılığı.
(m) n. Christ, Messiah

Christ

Almanca Christ kelimesinin İngilizce karşılığı.
n. god! (exclamation of exasperation or irritation)

Christ

n. Messiah, Lord's Anointed; title given to Jesus of Nazareth
n. god! (exclamation of exasperation or irritation)
n. Christian, follower of Jesus Christ, adherent of Christianity

Christ

İngilizce Christ kelimesinin İspanyolca karşılığı.
s. Cristo, Jesús, Señor Jesucristo, el mesías
s. ¡cielos!

Christ

İngilizce Christ kelimesinin Fransızca karşılığı.
n. le Christ, Jésus-Christ, le Messie
n. bon Dieu! (interjection)


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