Church, God, Jesus in other languages
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- In Hebrew: "Knesiá" (cf "Knesset" - "Synagogue")
- Arabic: "Kanisa" (Ka-nees-a)
- Turkish: "Kilise" (Ki-lis-e)
- Greek: "Ekklisía" and Latin: "Ecclesia"
- French: "Église" (Eg-lees) , Spanish: Iglesia , Portuguese: Igreja , Welsh: Eglwys , and Scots Gaelic "Eaglais"
- Italian: "Chiesa" (Kee-yesa)
- Romania: "Biserică" from Greek and Latin "Basilica"-Regal, "Basileus"-King
with variations in Lithuania and Latvia
- German: "Kirche" (Keer-kha)
with variations in Finland, Estonia, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Netherlands. In Scots English "Kirk".
Click here for the early meaning of "Kir"-Lord from Greek "Kyrie" and "Kyrus"-Cyrus, Hebrew "Kuwr", Persian "Koresh", their words for "Sun" and "Furnace"
- Poland: "Kościół" and Czech: "Kostel"
- Albania: "Kishë"
- Hungary: "Templom"
- Russian (Eastern Slavic): "Tserkov" and Ukraine: "Tserkwey" from "Tsar"-Ruler
with variations in Southern Slavic Bulgaria, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia & Western Slavic Slovakia.
- Chinese & Korean: "Jiàohuì" (Jyow-hway)
- Japanese: "Kyōkai"
- In Hebrew, the word for God ("Elohim"), the form of the word is plural, but the sense is masculine and singular (i.e. He created)
The other word in Hebrew "Jehovah", first spoken to Moses 3,500 years ago in Exodus 6:3, his personal covenant-keeping name, as the unchanging eternal God, spoken in the third person. In modern Hebrew pronounced "Yehovah" .
- Arabic: "Allah", having a singular form, from "Elah".
- Finland: "Yumala" possibly related to "Yah" and "Ilma"-Air
- Hungary: "Isten"
- Chinese, Japanese and Korean: 神 These two characters are pronounced as "Shen" in Chinese, as "Kami" in Japanese in "Shinto" belief (a word related to Komodo, the Island of dragons), and as "Sin" in Korean. Sin was the Moon God in ancient Ur and Babylonia and similar to the Hebrew word for "Hate" "Separate" or "Sent Away" (click here to see these verses)
plus "Teeth" click here for further thoughts
- Russian (Eastern Slavic): "Bog" and Ukraine: "Boh" perhaps from "Bhagavad"-God in Sanskrit
with variations in Southern Slavic Bulgaria, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia and Western Slavic Slovakia, Czech, and Poland.
- Hindi: "Dev" and "Pita" - Father
with variations in Lithuania and Latvia
- Latin: "Deus" Day or Heavenly Ruler and "Jove" and "Jupiter" His personal name (from the Greek).
- French: "Dieu"
- Greek: "Theos" The (Heavenly) Ruler(s) and "Zeu" and "Zeus" The top one's personal name. In Albania, just north of Greece, its pronunciation became "Zot"
- Romania: "Dumnezeu"
- Gothic: "Guþ" pronounced "Guth", a pagan idol to which the ancient "Goths" (a Latinized form of "Gutþiuda" Gut's people) sacrificed drink offerings (libations) of wine in the land of Germania. It became "God" or "Gott" in numerous Germanic languages: Danish, Dutch, English, Flemish, German, Norwegian and Swedish.
- Iran (Persians): "Khuda" or "Khoda", similar to "God", . According to the Jewish Rabbis, after the tribe of Ashkenaz (Noah's great-grandson through Gomer) invaded Babylon at the time of the Persians (later the Parthians) see Jeremiah 51:27, they then emigrated west into Germania.
- Kurds (Medes): "Xwedê" or "Xweda", similar to "Khuda", . The Kurds date their calendar, click here back to 612BC, the historically acknowledged date for the fall of Nineveh. According to their tradition, Cyaxeres the Mede united the many Median tribes into a single kingdom. In 614 BC, he captured Assur, and in 612, in an alliance with Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon, their forces stormed Nineveh, putting an end to the Assyrian Empire.
Many Kurds follow Zoroastrianism, a man who is said to have been born about that time. In many ways Zoroaster (Zarathustra in Persian) resembles the Hebrew prophet Daniel ("God is my judge"), The One who tries me.
- "Zarath" in Persian is related to three words "Gold", "Aged", and "Cherish / Manage". "Zoro" in Greek means "Purity" and is related to "Zeu" see above.
- "Aster" and "Astra" in Greek refers to the travelling "Stars of the Heavens". "Ustra" in Persian means "Camels", also called "the ships of the desert" due to their capacity to travel great distances without water, without perishing. Great ones, like we read of the Magi of old.
With respect to "Daniel"'s name as a prophetic word — Extolling the Great One who is my Judge, the One whose ongoing fire purifies tests and protects me (as Job said "until I come forth like gold").
Also as we see in the New Testament: "Abba" - Our Father (Cherished, a Term of Affection)
- In Hebrew: Yeshua
- In Arabic: Isa
- In Hindi: Yeeshu
- In Chinese, Japanese, Korean: Yesu
- In Russian: Iisus (Eesus)
- In Greek Christianós literally a follower of Christ, the "anointed" one
- In Latin Christian
- In French Chrétien
- In Italian and Spanish Cristiano
- In German der Christian or der Christ (pronounced Crist)
- In Russian Khristianin
- In Arabic Masihiun (Massee-heeun) from Messiah
- In Hebrew Notzrim from Nazarene
See the Hebrew word for "Branch" "Neser (Nayts-ere)" in Isaiah 11:1, used as a word for Israel in Isa 60:21-22 in the leadup to Isa 61:1-3 the scriptures handed to Jesus in the Nazareth synagogue in Luke 4:16-30
- In Chinese Jidujiao (Jeedoo-jow) meaning the religion (jìao) of Christ (Jīdū)
- In Korean Gidoggyodo (Jeedog-gyodo) also Sinja - believer
- In Japanese Kirisutokyōto (Kiristo-kyoto) where kyoto is their word for a capital city
- In Hindi Eesaee from Isa (Jesus)
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