charisma

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek χάρισμα (khárisma, grace, favour, gift), from χαρίζομαι (kharízomai, I show favor), from χάρις (kháris, grace), from χαίρω (khaírō, I am happy).

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charisma (usually uncountable, plural charismas)

  1. Personal charm or magnetism
  2. (Christianity) An extraordinary power granted by the Holy Spirit
  3. The ability to influence without the use of logic.

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