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See also: rédemption
From Middle English redempcioun, from Old French redemption, from Latin redemptio. Doublet of ransom.
redemption (countable and uncountable, plural redemptions)
- The act of redeeming or something redeemed.
- The recovery, for a fee, of a pawned article.
- Salvation from sin.
- 2011, Drama of Redemption, (Please provide the book title or journal name), Lulu.com, →ISBN, page 9:
- Before creating the world, God knew both the need for and the means of the redemption He would provide through Jesus Christ.
- Rescue upon payment of a ransom.
the act of redeeming or something redeemed
the recovery, for a fee, of a pawned article
salvation from sin
rescue upon payment of a ransom
- Alternative form of redempcioun
- redempciun, redemptiun (Anglo-Norman)
Borrowed from Ecclesiastical Latin redemptio. Doublet of raençon.
redemption f (oblique plural redemptions, nominative singular redemption, nominative plural redemptions)
- redemption; salvation from sin
- → Middle English: redempcioun, redemcioun, redempcion, redempcyoun, redempcyoune, redemption, redemptyon
- English: redemption
- Scots: redemption
- French: rédemption
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