Complete Definition of "charisma"

English

Etymology
From AGr. polytonic|ÏάÏιÏμα (charisma) "grace, favour, gift" < polytonic|ÏαÏίζομαι (charizomai) "I show favor" from polytonic|ÏάÏÎ¹Ï (charis) "grace" from polytonic|ÏαίÏÏ (chairÅ) "I am happy"

Noun
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charisma

  1. Personal charm or magnetism
  2. Christianity An extraordinary power granted by the Holy Spirit
  3. The ability to influence without the use of logic.

Synonyms
charm, spell

Translations
Spanish: pegue m

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