guðspjall

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse guðspjall, probably a calque of Old English godspel ‎(gospel, literally good tale), for *gōdspel ‎(literally good news), used to translate Ecclesiastical Latin bona annuntiatio, itself a translation of Ecclesiastical Latin evangelium / Ancient Greek εὐαγγέλιον ‎(euangélion, evangel), literally "good news".

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Noun[edit]

guðspjall n ‎(genitive singular guðspjalls, nominative plural guðspjöll)

  1. gospel

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