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Translation of "holy" - English-Spanish dictionary

holy

adjective   /ˈhəʊ·li/ ( comparative holier, superlative holiest)
relating to a religion or a god sagrado, santo the holy city of Jerusalem
very religious or pure sagrado, santo a holy man
(Definition of holy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

holy

adjective /ˈhəuli/ ( comparative holier, superlative holiest)
(worthy of worship or respect because) associated with God, Jesus, a saint etc; sacred sagrado the Holy Bible holy ground.
good; pure; following the rules of religion santo a holy life.
holiness noun
the state of being holy santidad He was very devoted to the church and had a holiness about him.
(with capital) a title of the Pope. Su Santidad
the Holy Father noun
the Pope. el Santo Padre
Holy Thursday noun
Ascension Day. Día de la Ascensión
Maundy Thursday. Jueves Santo
(Definition of holy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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