Christly

Christly

[krahyst-lee]
adjective

Origin:
before 1000; Old English cristlīc (unrecorded in Middle English; modern English Christly apparently a re-formation on the model of godly, manly, etc.); see Christ, -ly

Christliness, noun
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Christ (kraɪst)
 
n
1.  Jesus of Nazareth (Jesus Christ), regarded by Christians as fulfilling Old Testament prophecies of the Messiah
2.  the Messiah or anointed one of God as the subject of Old Testament prophecies
3.  an image or picture of Christ
 
interj
4.  taboo, slang an oath expressing annoyance, surprise, etc
 
[Old English Crīst, from Latin Chrīstus, from Greek khristos anointed one (from khriein to anoint), translating Hebrew māshīahMessiah]
 
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