eleison

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Etymology[edit]

Ecclesiastical Latin; from Ancient Greek aorist imperative ἐλέησον (eléēson), from ἐλεέω (eleéō).

Verb[edit]

eleison (not declined)

  1. have mercy (upon us)

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