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Je·sus

 (jē′zəs) 4? bc-ad 29?
Jewish religious leader who was crucified in Jerusalem after his teaching and reported miracle-working incurred the disfavor of the Roman government of Palestine. In Christianity, Jesus is seen as Christ and as the Son of God.

[Middle English, from Late Latin Iēsus, from Greek Iēsous, from Hebrew yēšûă', from yəhôšûa', Joshua; see Joshua1.]

Jesus

(ˈdʒiːzəs)
n
1. (Bible) Also called: Jesus Christ or Jesus of Nazareth ?4 bc–?29 ad, founder of Christianity, born in Bethlehem and brought up in Nazareth as a Jew. He is believed by Christians to be the Son of God and to have been miraculously conceived by the Virgin Mary, wife of Joseph. With 12 disciples, he undertook two missionary journeys through Galilee, performing miracles, teaching, and proclaiming the coming of the Kingdom of God. His revolutionary Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5–8), which preaches love, humility, and charity, the essence of his teaching, aroused the hostility of the Pharisees. After the Last Supper with his disciples, he was betrayed by Judas and crucified. He is believed by Christians to have risen from his tomb after three days, appeared to his disciples several times, and ascended to Heaven after 40 days
2. (Biography) Also called: Jesus Christ or Jesus of Nazareth ?4 bc–?29 ad, founder of Christianity, born in Bethlehem and brought up in Nazareth as a Jew. He is believed by Christians to be the Son of God and to have been miraculously conceived by the Virgin Mary, wife of Joseph. With 12 disciples, he undertook two missionary journeys through Galilee, performing miracles, teaching, and proclaiming the coming of the Kingdom of God. His revolutionary Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5–8), which preaches love, humility, and charity, the essence of his teaching, aroused the hostility of the Pharisees. After the Last Supper with his disciples, he was betrayed by Judas and crucified. He is believed by Christians to have risen from his tomb after three days, appeared to his disciples several times, and ascended to Heaven after 40 days
3. (Biography) Son of Sirach. 3rd century bc, author of the Apocryphal book of Ecclesiasticus
interj
taboo slang used to express intense surprise, dismay, etc
[via Latin from Greek Iēsous, from Hebrew Yeshūa`, shortened from Yehōshūa` God is help, Joshua]

Je•sus

(ˈdʒi zəs, -zəz)

n.
1. Also called Je′sus Christ′, Je′sus of Naz′areth. born 4? B.C., crucified A.D. 29?, the source of the Christian religion.
2. ( “the Son of Sirach” ) the author of the Apocryphal book of Ecclesiasticus, who lived in the 3rd century B.C.
3. Christian Science. the supreme example of God's nature expressed through human beings.
interj.
4. Sometimes Offensive. Also, Jesus Christ. (used as an expression of surprise, disappointment, astonishment, etc.)
[1200–50; Middle English < Late Latin Iēsus < Greek Iēsoûs < Hebrew Yēshūa‘]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Jesus - a teacher and prophet born in Bethlehem and active in NazarethJesus - a teacher and prophet born in Bethlehem and active in Nazareth; his life and sermons form the basis for Christianity (circa 4 BC - AD 29)
Translations
Ježíš
Jesus
Jeesus
Jeesus
Isus
Jézus
Jesús
イエス
예수
Iesus
Iisus
Jezus
Jesus
พระเยซูคริสต์
chúa Giê-su

Jesus

[ˈdʒiːzəs]
A. NJesús m
Jesus ChristJesucristo m
Jesus Christ!¡Santo Dios!
B. CPD Jesus freak N (pej) cristiano ferviente evangélico
Jesus sandals NPLsandalias fpl nazarenas

Jesus

[ˈdʒiːzəs] nJésus
Jesus Christ → Jésus-Christ
Jesus! → nom de Dieu!

Jesus

nJesus m; Jesus ChristJesus Christus
interj (sl)Mensch (inf); Jesus Christ!Herr Gott, (noch mal)! (inf); (surprised) → Menschenskind! (inf)

Jesus

[ˈdʒiːzəs] nGesù m
Jesus Christ → Gesù Cristo

Jesus

يَسُوع Ježíš Jesus Jesus Ιησούς Jesús Jeesus Jésus Isus Gesù イエス 예수 Jezus Jesus Jezus Jesus Иисус Jesus พระเยซูคริสต์ İsa chúa Giê-su 耶稣
References in periodicals archive ?
Thys brede I blesse nowe with my honde in Jhesus name, I understonde, .
420 (item 40, <<un llibrepetit appellat de fets de Jhesus Christ en frances scrit en pergamis>>), 451 (item 265, <<Item un altre libre appellat Istoriat de la Istoria de nostro senyor en pergamins ab post de fust cubert de cuyro vert sens tancadors lo qual comenca diaur Gaude Maria, e en lo negre Ante diem festum Pasche, e faneix qui in Deo sunt facta>>).
o qual no he longe <<a spelio>>, eno qual o Nosso Senhor Jhesus Christo teve por bem de nacer da Virge.
3 Del la Libreria del Colegio Real de la Compania de Jhesus de Salamanca.
et Vicarius Jhesus Christi cuncta mundi climata omniumque nationum in illis degentium qualitates paterna consideratione discutiens as salutem querens at appetens singulorum illa propensa deliberatione salubriter ordinat et disponit que grata diuine maiestati fore conscipit et per que oues sibi diuinitus creditas ad unicum ouile dominicum reducat et adquirat eis felicitatis eterne premium (Silva Marques, Descobrimentos, 1: 503).
Jhesus heals the wounds of Jonathas, witnesses his contrition before a bishop, and transforms himself back into bread.
47) By describing himself in the vernacular "ungeubeter knecht" (48) and Margaret in Latin with the biblical exemplar for mystical experience modeled in Christian interpretations of the Song of Songs "soror et sponsa Christi Jhesus," (49) Heinrich used a play on vernacularity to establish Margaret's superiority in matters mystical.
The Middle High German reads, Eya herre Jhesus Christe, din unschuldigu pine troestet mich, wan ich an allen minen pinen schuldig bin, und din helige tot haltet min hugenisse lebendig in dir, und unbewollen blut hat min sele durchvlossen.
Phillippy's book includes interpretations and reinterpretations of Lavinia Fontana's self-portrait (1577), on the one hand, and of Marguerite de Navarre's Le Miroir de Jhesus Christe crucifie (1550s), on the other.
He is apparently in fear of the divine majesty of "the swete sauyour Jhesus hangynge on the crosse," who, however, presently gives proof of his human temper by asking him back: "What arte thou.