Jesu


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Jesu

(ˈdʒiːzjuː)
n
(Biography) a poetic name for or vocative form of Jesus
[C17: from Late Latin, vocative of Jesus]
References in classic literature ?
Recordare Jesu pie Quod sum causa tuar viae Ne me perdas, illa die Querens me sedisti lassus Redemisti crucem passus Tantus laor non sit cassus.
Think, O Jesus, for what reason Thou endured'st earth's spite and treason, Nor me lose, in that dread season; Seeking me, thy wom feet hasted, On the cross thy soul death tasted, Let not all these toils be wasted.
Jesu mercy, said the king, where are all my noble knights becomen?
In the first six months of this year, Hollywood films earned an estimated 70% of ticket receipts generated by all non-Chinese films, according to Rigo Jesu, managing director of Intercontinental Film Distributors.
I welcomed the genuine support of parishioners, my Jesu Caritas group, family, and brother priests, as well as Archbishop George.
For comparative purposes, I shall examine in particular Carver's best-known work, the 19-voice motet O bone Jesu (pp.
He notes that Strauss' Leben Jesu is disturbing young men at Cambridge, and opines that Pusey's Lectures on Types and Prophecies are the best way to combat it.
Jesu is about that state in which one sheds one's personality in joyful union with God.
His first play, Maria, Jesu moder (1905; "Mary, Mother of Jesus"), shows an original approach to the psychology of Christ and the Virgin Mary.
These are sad times for popular gospel singer, Bukola Akinade, also known as Senwele Jesu, who is currently mourning the sudden demise of his band leader, Shina Afolabi.
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uk/events/kings-hall/nemf Four pieces by Tudor genius John Sheppard frame Bach's great motets Komm Jesu, komm, and Jesu meine Freude, and William Byrd's meditation on penitence, Infelix Ego, for Durham Singers' Passiontide concert at Durham Cathedral Chapter House on March 22.