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D     De
Di     Do
Ea - Ej     El
Em - Ep     Eu
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Father
Fe     Fi - Fz
Ga - Gn
Go
Gra - Great and
Great Feast
Great Fri - Great Z
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Haa - Haj
Hal - He     Hi
Holy A - Holy B
Holy C - Holy D
Holy E - Holy Gl
Holy God
Holy Gr - L
Holy M     Holy P
Holy S
Holy T - Holy Z
Hp-Hz
Ia-Id     Ie-Ij
Il-Iz
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Li     Lo - Lz
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Mi - Mo
Mu     My
N
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Our - Our J
Our Lord
Our M - Our Z
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St     Su - Sz
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Theotokos
To     Tra
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Y     Z

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Melkite Greek Catholic Church Information Center Thesaurus Terms Beginning with Holy God - Holy Great

General Naming Rules

Place the word "Holy" in front of the word. "God" becomes "Holy God".
Use the Greek or Arabic form of the word. "Sacrament" becomes "Holy Mystery".
Use the formal long form of the person's name. Jesus becomes "Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ".

Terms

Holy God

Language
English translation from the Greek word "Theos" and the Latin word "Deus".
Greek, which is Latinized and Anglicized.
The words written in Greek, Latinized Anglicized, Arabic Anglicized, and Aramaic Anglicized.
"Theos" is the Latinized and Anglicized forms.
"Deus" is the Latin form.
"God" is the English form.
"Allâh" is the Arabic Anglicized form.
"Al Allâh" is the earlier Arabic Anglicized form.
"Allaha" is the Anglicized Aramaic, which was the language of Our Lord God and Savior, Jesus Christ.

Within the Trisagion Prayer - Thrice Holy Hymn
+Holy God! Holy Mighty One! Holy Immortal One! Have mercy on us.

See also
The persons in Holy God as a group

Holy God the Holy Trinity

See also
The Persons in Holy God as a group

Holy God the Holy Trinity

See also
The Persons in Holy God individually

Holy God the Father
Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ
Holy God the Holy Spirit

See also
Allâh
Allaha
Deus
Theos
Trisagion Prayer

See from
Christotokos
God

Holy God the Father

See also
The Persons in Holy God as a group

Holy God
Holy God the Holy Trinity

See also
The Persons in Holy God individually

Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ
Holy God the Holy Spirit

See also
Events

Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ' Baptism See

Great Feast of Holy Theophany of Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ

Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ' Conception in human form See

Great Feast of Annunciation (Al Bisharah) of The Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary

See also
Abana

See from
Father
God the Father

Holy God the Holy Spirit

See also
The Persons in Holy God as a group

Holy God
Holy God the Holy Trinity

See also
The Persons in Holy God individually

Holy God the Father
Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ

See also
Events

Holy Spirit's descent upon the people in the upper room See

Great Feast of Pentecost

Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ's baptism See

Great Feast of Holy Theophany of Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ

Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ's conception in human form See

Great Feast of Annunciation (Al Bisharah) of The Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary
Incarnation

See from
God the Holy Spirit
Holy Ghost
Holy Spirit
Spirit

Holy God the Holy Trinity

Language
Trinity is from the Latin

Definition
The word "Trinity" is from two Latin words "tri", which means "three" and "nity", which means "unity".
"Trinity" is from the Latin "trinitat" or "trinitas", which means "state of being three-fold".
Those words are from the Latin word "Trinus", which means "trine".

See also
the Persons in Holy God as a group

Holy God the Holy God

See also
the Persons in Holy God individually

Holy God the Father
Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ
Holy God the Holy Spirit

See also
Events

Holy Spirit's Descent in the upper room See

Great Feast of Pentecost

Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ' Baptism See

Great Feast of Holy Theophany of Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ

Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ' Conception in human form See

Great Feast of Annunciation (Al Bisharah) of The Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary

See from
God the Holy Trinity
Holy Trinity
Trinity

Holy God the God the Son / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ

Language
Anglicized form of the Greek words "Iêsous Kristos" or "Iêsous christos"

Definition
The phrase "Jesus Christ" is composed of a name, "Jesus", which is followed by a title, "Christ".

Other languages
The words written in Greek, transliteration, Latinized, Anglicized, and Arabic Anglicized.
The Hebrew name "Y'shu" and the Hebrew title "Mashiah" or "Masiah" became the phrase "Iêsous ho Christos" or "Iêsous ho Kristos" in the Greek translated form in the books of the New Testament. That phrase became "Iesus Christus" in the Latinized form and then "Jesus Christ" in the Anglicization form and became "Yasou el-Maseeh" in the Arabic Anglicized form. The word "al" or "el" means "the" as The Only or The One. The phrase "al-Masiih" or "el-Maseeh" means "The Messiah".
The Hebrew title "Mashiah" or "Masiah" became "Messiah" in the Anglicized form and became "al-Masiih" or "el-Maseeh" in the Arabic Anglicized form.

Name and Title
The phrase "Jesus Christ" is the name and title for Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity.

Usage in the Holy Bible
In the books of the New Testament which are written in Greek, the phrase "Iêsous ho Christos" or "Iêsous ho Kristos" is used. The word "ho" means "the" as The Only or The One. This phrase translates as "Jesus the Messiah" or "Jesus the Annointed" or "Jesus the Annointed One".
In books of the Old Testaments, "Mashiah" or "Masiah" refers to many kings.

See
Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ

See also
The Persons in Holy God as a group

Holy God
Holy God the Holy Trinity

See also
The Persons in Holy God individually

Holy God the Father
Holy God the Holy Spirit

See also
Holy Mystery of Holy Eucharist
Holy Seal

See also
Events in His life

Ascension in human form into heaven See

Great Feast of Ascension into Heaven of Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ

Baptism See

Great Feast of Holy Theophany of Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ

Birth according to the Flesh See

Great Feast of Nativity According to the Flesh of Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ

Conception in human form See

Great Feast of Annunciation (Al Bisharah) of The Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary

Death in human form See

Great and Holy Friday

Descent of the Holy Spirit on See

Great Feast of Holy Theophany of Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ

Dormition in human form See

Great and Holy Friday

Falling Asleep in human form See

Great and Holy Friday

Feast Days See

Feasts of Feasts and Great Feasts Days

Holy Cross is found See

Great Feast of Exaltation of the Precious and Lifegiving Holy Cross

Nativity according to the Flesh See

Great Feast of Nativity According to the Flesh of Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ

Presentation at the Temple See

Great Feast of Holy Hypapanty of Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ and The Purification of The Theotokos

Resurrection in human form See

Feasts of Feasts Holy and Glorious Pascha

Transfiguration See

Great Feast of Transfiguration of Holy God the Son within the Holy Trinity / Our Lord, God and Savior, Jesus Christ

Triumphal entrance into Jerusalem See

Great Feast of Holy and Glorious Palm Sunday -- Shaneeneh

See from
Christ
Christos
God the Son
IÍsous Kristos
Iesus Christus
Incarnation
Jesus Christ
Lamb
Lance
Masiah
Messiah
Precious Blood
Precious Body
Son
Transubstantiation

Terms Beginning with other Letters

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Ca - Ce     Ch     Co     Cr - Cz     D     De     Di     Do

Ea - Ej     El     Em - Ep     Eu     Faa - Fas     Father     Fe     Fi - Fz

Ga - Gn     Go     Gra - Great and     Great Feast     Great Fri - Great Z     Grec - Grz

Haa - Haj     Hal - He     Hi     Holy A - Holy B     Holy C - Holy D     Holy E - Holy Gl
Holy God     Holy Gr - L     Holy M     Holy P     Holy S     Holy T - Holy Z     Hp-Hz

Ia-Id     Ie-Ij     Il-Iz     J     K     Ku     La     Le     Li     Lo - Lz     Ma     Me     Mi - Mo     Mu     My

N     Ob - Ot     Ob - Ot     Our - Our J     Our Lord     Our M - Our Z

Paa - Pas     Pat - Paz     Pe - Po     Pra - Pre     Pri - Pz     Q     Ra - Re     Ro - Rz    

Saa - Sah     Saint     Sal - Saz     Sc - Sh     Si - Sr     St     Su - Sz    

Ta - Theos     Theotokos     To     Tra     Tri     Tro    

U     V     W     Y     Z

Thesaurus Overview

Another Thesaurus

Thesaurus - Arabic Influenced Religious Terminology on Malta

"We speak an arabic dialect and are catholics. Although our dialect is highly italianised we use christian arabic terminology. The question is from where have this terminology come from. Malta was under the arabs in the early middle age and there was a presence of islam. Our dialect have elements of both west and eastern arabic. I suspect that there was an imigration of melkites in malta, this is the reason why I am sending this email. Attached please find a list of our religious terminology."...
"I would like to ask you a question, how similar is our terminology to yours."...
"Thanks again and Alla dejjem izomm idejh fuqok u fuq il-Kinsja Mqaddsa."
Christopher Agius
Maltese Religious Terms Of Arabic Origin, Christopher Agius, 2002
Christopher Agius


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