crucifix

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English[edit]

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From Old French crucefix (French crucifix), from Latin crucifixus

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crucifix (plural crucifixes)

  1. A wooden cross used for crucifixions, as by the Romans.
  2. An ornamental or symbolic sculptural representation of Christ on a cross, often worn as a pendant or displayed in a Christian church.
  3. (gymnastics) The iron cross, a position on the rings where the gymnast holds the rings straight out on either side of the body.

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Noun[edit]

crucifix m (plural crucifixos)

  1. crucifix

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Latin

Noun[edit]

crucifix n (plural crucifixen, diminutive crucifixje n)

  1. A crucifix

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French crocefis, crucefix, from Latin crucifixus

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crucifix m (plural crucifix)

  1. crucifix

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Guernésiais[edit]

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From Old French

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crucifix m (plural crucifix)

  1. crucifix

Jèrriais[edit]

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From Old French

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crucifix m (plural crucifix)

  1. crucifix