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Posted by Clerk on December 30, 2003 16:32:40 UTC

Christ comes from Kristos in Greek meaning to be annointed according to the online dictionary Encarta. It is also said to be the translation from Hebrew to Greek to English of the word messiah, which means saviour in Hebrew, according to the dictionary Encarta.

To be annointed has two meanings in my online dictionary: be ordained
2. to be rubbed with oil in a religious ceremony

Now you have juxtaposed this name with the words grime, which you derive from Gr IE, written on the cross. I believe that is latin for something like King of Kings. But you derive ghrei from it which is not an english word, nor german, french or italian according to the online dictionary.

So first my question is, in what language does ghrei mean grime. And then my question is, why do you think that language was used on the cross.?

Thanks for your attention,


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