maranatha

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek μαράνα θά (marána thá) or μαράν αθά (marán athá), from Aramaic מרנא תא(Lord, come!) or מרן אתא(our lord has come).

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maranatha

  1. our Lord comes

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