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piousadjective

us   /ˈpɑɪ·əs/
strongly believing in God or a particular religion, and living in a way that shows this belief
(Definition of pious from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “pious”
in Korean 경건한, 독실한…
in Arabic تَقي…
in Malaysian warak…
in French pieux…
in Russian набожный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 信奉宗教的, (對宗教)虔誠的…
in Italian pio…
in Turkish dindar, sofu…
in Polish pobożny…
in Spanish devoto, piadoso, pío…
in Vietnamese sùng đạo…
in Portuguese piedoso…
in Thai เคร่งครัดในทางศาสนา…
in German fromm…
in Catalan devot, pietós…
in Japanese 信心深い, 敬虔な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 信奉宗教的, (对宗教)虔诚的…
in Indonesian saleh…
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