suomi-englanti sanakirja

Christian englannista suomeksi

  1. kristitty, kristillinen

  1. Substantiivi

  2. kristitty

  3. Kristian, Risto

  4. kristillinen

Christian englanniksi

  1. christian

  1. A believer in Christianity.

  2. (RQ:Shakespeare Merchant of Venice)

  3. 1848, James Ford translating of Hippo|St. Augustine in ''The Gospel of St. Matthew, Illustrated from Ancient and Modern Authors'', p. 46:

  4. The whole life of a good Christian is nothing else but a state of holy desire (''sanctum desiderium'').
  5. 1925, E. Stanley Jones, ''The Christ of the Indian Road'', p. 118:

  6. "(w), I am very anxious to see Christianity naturalized in India, so that it shall be no longer a foreign thing identified with foreign people and a foreign government, but a part of the national life of India... What would you suggest that we do to make that possible?" He very gravely and thoughtfully replied: "I would suggest, first, that all of you Christians, missionaries and all, must begin to live more like (w)."
  7. 2008, Christopher Catherwood, ''Making War in the Name of God'', p. 188:

  8. ...thousands of people have been killed in recent years in violence between Muslims and Christians...
  9. An adherent of Christianity who is not a (l); a (l).

  10. An individual who seeks to live his or her life according to the principles and values taught by Christ.

  11. 1526, William Bonde, Preface to ''Pylgrimage of Perfection:''

  12. Ye lyfe of euery christian, is as a pilgremage.
  13. 1976, (w) translating (w) in ''The Antichrist'', §39:

  14. The very word 'Christianity' is a misunderstanding—at bottom there was only one Christian, and he of Jesus|died on the cross.
  15. 1991, (w), ''Liar (novel)|The Liar'', p. 29:

  16. ‘You're riding for a fall, Healey, you know that? There are hedges and ditches ahead and you are on course for an almighty cropper.... And I shall be cheering and laughing as you tumble,’ said Meddlar, his spectacles flashing.‘That's just the warm-hearted Christian in you, sir.’
  17. A European, especially though not necessarily of the Christian religion.

  18. (given name) found in England since the twelfth century.

  19. (given name) of medieval usage, rare today.

  20. (surname).

  21. Of, like or relating to Christianity or Christians.

  22. Of, like or relating to Christ.

  23. Kind, charitable; moral; (non-gloss definition).

  24. ''That's very Christian of you.''

  25. (quote-book)

  26. (quote-book) I gave him some of the victuals we were enjoying, and he instantly broke the bread, and gave of it to these very Kafir women who had just refused any of theirs.

  27. 1867?, Janet Robertson, ''Christine; or, Common-Place People''

  28. I have only been at home two days, and here I am come on the third to see you and Tiny, so it is not Christian of you — as my mother would say — to receive your dutiful grand-nephew in such an unkind manner(..)
  29. 1981, Mary Leader, ''Salem's Children'', (ISBN), page 82

  30. "Why should I? It's very Christian of you." "People here do not think of me as a Christian, Mitti." "I'd call it Christian charity," I floundered. "You think Christians have a monopoly on charity?" she asked. "Well, no," I stammered.
  31. {{quote-book|en|year=1995|title=Joyce, Milton, and the theory of influence|page=88||author=Patrick Colm Hogan

  32. (quote-journal)|author=Richard Blow||volume=21|number=6

  33. {{quote-book|en|year=2009|title=Freedom Struggles: African Americans and World War I|page=209||author=Adriane Danette Lentz-Smith

  34. {{quote-book|en|year=2010|title=English Revenge Drama: Money, Resistance, Equality|page=268||author=Linda Woodbridge

  35. (given name)

  36. 1778, Johannes Ewald, Danish royal anthem

  37. Kong Christian stod ved højen masti røg og damp;hans værge hamrede så fast,at gotens hjelm og hjerne brast.Da sank hvert fjendtligt spejl og masti røg og damp.
    : King Christian stood by the lofty mastIn mist and smoke;His sword was hammering so fast,Through Gothic helm and brain it passed;Then sank each hostile hulk and mast,In mist and smoke.