Complete Definition of "messiah"

see|Messiah
English

Pronunciation
w:AHD|AHD: mÉ-sÄ«'É
w:IPA|IPA: /mÉËsaɪ.É/
w:SAMPA|SAMPA: /[email protected]"[email protected]/

Etymology
From Hebrew ×ש××, mashiach

Noun
en-noun

  1. (Judeo-Christian tradition) The one who is ordained by God to lead the people of Israel, believed by Christians to be Jesus Christ.
  2. An extremely powerful divine figure.
Translations
trans-top|ordained to lead the people of Israel
Aramaic:

Dutch: Messias m
Finnish: messias
French: messie m
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Ancient Greek: ΧÏιÏÏÏÏ (Christos) m
Hebrew: ×ש×× romanization of Hebrew|mashíakh m
Italian: messia m
Polish: mesjasz m
Russian: меÑÑÐ¸Ñ m
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trans-top|an extremely powerful divine figure
Dutch: messias m
Finnish: messias
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Polish: mesjasz m
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Related terms
messianic
Christ

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See also in Messiah
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ttbc|Slovene: odrešenik m, Odrešenik m (of Christ), mesija m (liter.)

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