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See also Jesús, Jésus, and Jèsus

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From Ancient Greek Ἰησοῦς from Patrono:He[[Category:Patrono:He derivations|Jesus]] [[ישוע#Patrono:He|ישוע]]. The Greek text makes no distinction between Jesus and Joshua, referring to them both as Ἰησοῦς. The Latin Vulgate is likely the earliest to make a distinction, referring to Jesus as Iesus and Joshua as Iosias.

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Jesus of Nazareth
Spanish male given name

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Jesus

  1. Jesus of Nazareth, a Jewish man whom Christians name Jesus Christ in belief that he is the Messiah.
  2. Patrono:Given name in Spanish culture; an anglicized spelling of Jesús.

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  • The possessive of the Jesus as the name of the Christian Messiah may be either Jesus’s (pronounced in the same way as the words “Jesus is”) or Jesus' , pronounced in the same way as the name. Traditionally, the latter is used. In the case of the male given name, Jesus’s is the usual form.

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Jesus

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Jesus (plural Jesuses)
  1. A Christian savior.
    • William Revell Moody (ed.), "Record of Christian Work", 1913, p 441
      And, says George Eliot, and all who believe in her teaching, it is perfectly true that He is with us now in a dumb, vague, blessed impulse. Is that your Jesus? If I may recall my illustration of the train, I will tell you of my Jesus.
    • Scot McKnight, "Jesus and His Death", 2005, p152
      ...leading Dom Crossan at times to the witty criticism that modern Jesus books are in a quest for who can say "my Jesus is more Jewish than your Jesus"...
    • Clinton Bennett, "In Search of Jesus", 2001, p231
      Your Jesus is my Jesus' greatest enemy
    • Depeche Mode, "Personal Jesus", from the album "Violator", 1989.
      Your own personal Jesus
  2. An artistic representation of a Christian savior.

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Jesus

  1. An expletive, whose use is considered blasphemous in some Christian sects.

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Jesus (genitive and vocative Jesu)

  1. Jesus

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From Latin Iēsus, from Ancient Greek Ἰησοῦς (Iēsous) from Patrono:He[[Category:pt:Patrono:He derivations|Jesus]] [[ישוע#Patrono:He|ישוע]] (y'hoshúa).

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  1. Patrono:Christianity Jesus Christ
  2. Patrono:Given name.zh-min-nan:Jesus

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