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Christ

noun uk   us   /kraɪst/
→  Jesus Christ noun
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Translations of “Christ”
in Arabic المَسيح…
in Korean 그리스도…
in Malaysian Jesus…
in French le Christ…
in Turkish Hazreti İsa…
in Italian Cristo…
in Russian Христос…
in Polish (Jezus) Chrystus…
in Vietnamese chúa Giê-su…
in Spanish Cristo…
in Portuguese Cristo…
in Thai พระคริสต์…
in German Christus…
in Catalan Crist…
in Japanese キリスト…
in Indonesian Kristus…
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