Translations: Etymology: From Ancient Greek (polytonic, ) (charisma) "grace, favour, gift" < (polytonic, ) (charizomai) "I show favor" from (polytonic, ) (charis) "grace" from (polytonic, ) (chairÅ) "I am happy"
- Personal charm or magnetism
- (Christianity) An extraordinary power granted by the Holy Spirit
- The ability to influence without the use of logic.
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