Iesu

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See also: iesu, Iesù, and iešu

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Borrowed from Latin Iēsū.

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Iesu

  1. (biblical) Jesus (the biblical messiah, not as a regular given name)
    • Markus, 1:1.
      La komenco di la bona novaji pri Iesu Kristo, la Filiulo di Deo.
      The beginning of the good news about Jesus Christ, the Son of God.

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Latin[edit]

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Iēsū

  1. genitive of Iēsus
  2. dative of Iēsus
  3. ablative of Iēsus
  4. vocative of Iēsus

Samoan[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin Iēsus.

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Iesu

  1. Jesus

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Welsh[edit]

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Iesu m

  1. Jesus

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