Complete Definition of "Luke"

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English
Etymology
Vernacular form of Lucas, Latin from AGr. "man from Lucania".

Proper noun
en-proper noun

  1. given name|male
  2. biblical character w:Luke the Evangelist|Luke the Evangelist, an early Christian ( Col.4:14.etc) credited with the authorship of the Gospel of Luke.

book of the Bible|Gospel of Luke

  1. biblical The Gospel of St. Luke, a book of the New Testament of the Bible. Traditionally the third of the four gospels.
Translations
trans-top|given name
Aramaic:
Bosnian: Luka#Bosnian|Luka
Catalan: Lluc
Czech: Lukáš
Danish: Lukas
Dutch: Lukas
Esperanto: Luko
Finnish: Luukas
French: Luc
German: Lukas
Hungarian: Lukács
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Irish: Lúcás
Italian: Luca
Latin: Lucas
Maltese: Luqa
Norwegian: Lukas
Polish: Åukasz
Portuguese: Lucas
Russian: ÐÑка (Luka)
Serbian:

Spanish: Lucas
Swedish: Lukas
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trans-top|evangelist
Danish: Lukas
Finnish: Luukas
French: Luc
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German: Lukas
Norwegian: Lukas
Swedish: Lukas
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trans-top|gospel of Luke
Danish: Lukasevangeliet; Luk
Finnish: Luukas|Luukkaan evankeliumi; Luuk.
French: Ãvangile selon Luc; Lc
German: Das Evangelium nach Lukas; Lk
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Japanese: ã«ã«ã«ããç¦é³æ¸ (ruka ni yoro fukuinsho)
Norwegian: Evangeliet etter Lukas; Luk
Swedish: Lukasevangeliet; Luk.
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Related terms
Lucas


German

Etymology
Middle Low German

Noun
Luke f

  1. hatch

Category:German nouns

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