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Od Средњи Енглески Cristiente, Cristente, borrowed od Стари Француски crestienté, od Medieval Latin stem of Christiānitās, from Латински christianus, Christianus, from Антички Грчки Χριστιανός (Khristianós), od Χριστός (Khristós, Christ, anointed one) + Latin -anus (suffix for of, related to) + one more suffix borrowed od Latinskog "ity" makes the final Christian +‎ -ity. The term was respelled in the ranog modern English period to more closely reflect its Latin etymon.


Властита именица[уреди]

Christianity (usually uncountable, plural Christianities)

  1. An Abrahamic religion originating from the community of the followers of Jesus Christ.
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      By some paradoxical evolution rancour and intolerance have been established in the vanguard of primitive Christianity. Mrs. Spoker, in common with many of the stricter disciples of righteousness, was as inclement in demeanour as she was cadaverous in aspect.
    • 2002, The Atlas of Great Jewish Communities: A Voyage Through History, page 27:
      As a result, Christianity developed as a separate religion from Judaism.



Coordinate termin[уреди]

  • (religions) Bahá'í Faith,‎ Buddhism,‎ Cao Dai,‎ Christianity,‎ Confucianism,‎ deism,‎ Druidry,‎ Eckankar,‎ Heathenry,‎ Hinduism,‎ Islam,‎ Jainism,‎ Judaism,‎ Kimbanguism,‎ paganism,‎ Raëlism,‎ Rastafarianism,‎ Shinto,‎ Sikhism,‎ Taoism,‎ Thelema,‎ Unitarian Universalism,‎ Wicca,‎ Yoruba,‎ Zoroastrianism (Категорија: en:Религија) [edit]

Изведени термини[уреди]



Christianity (uncountable)

  1. Christendom


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