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Translation of "incarnate" - English-Spanish dictionary

incarnate

adjective /inˈkaːnət/
(of God, the devil etc) having taken human form encarnado the devil incarnate.
incarnation /inkaːˈneiʃən/ noun
(the) human form taken by a divine being etc encarnación Most Christians believe that Christ was the incarnation of God.
Translations of “incarnate”
in Vietnamese hoá thân…
in Thai ซึ่งเป็นตัวเป็นตน…
in Malaysian jelmaan…
in French incarné…
in German in Menschengestalt…
in Chinese (Traditional) 化身的, 人體化的…
in Indonesian menjelma…
in Russian воплощенный, сущий…
in Turkish beşer/insan şeklinde…
in Chinese (Simplified) 化身的, 人体化的…
in Polish wcielony…
(Definition of incarnate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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