Healand

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle English healend, from Old English hǣlend (Saviour, Christ, literally Healing One, Healer), equivalent to heal +‎ -and. More at healand.

Proper noun[edit]

The Healand

  1. (rare, dialectal or obolete) The Saviour; Healer; Jesus Christ.