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See also: Charisma
From Ancient Greek χᾰ́ρῐσμᾰ (khárisma, “grace, favour, gift”), from χᾰρῐ́ζομαι (kharízomai, “I show favor”), from χᾰ́ρῐς (kháris, “grace”), from χαίρω (khaírō, “I am happy”).
charisma (usually uncountable, plural charismas or charismata)
- Personal charm or magnetism.
- (Christianity) An extraordinary power granted by the Holy Spirit.
- The ability to influence without the use of logic.
personal charm or magnetism
extraordinary power granted by the Holy Spirit — see charism
ability to influence without the use of logic
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Borrowed from Ancient Greek χᾰ́ρῐσμᾰ (khárisma).
charisma n (plural charismata)
- (Christianity) charisma (gift of the Holy Spirit)
- Synonym: genadegave
- charisma (personally affability)
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