Hebrew Theology Biblical
How to pronounce Jesus jésus What does my name mean?
Meanings: Son of Harry Greco-Latin form of Joshua (meaning: God helps). Popular in Germany not awarded in Spain.
Full form of Jésus : Joyful Sophisticated Unsophisticated Sincere
Jésus is not a native United States and Jésus may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name.
Expression number of Jesus is 11.
Jesus have high energy levels, just like a child. Jesus are highly sensitive and possess a high sense of awareness. Jesus are gifted with a sixth-sense, in addition to discerning and inspiring qualities.
Names that rhyme with Jesus Famous people named Jesus
Tamala De Jesus in Another Day at the Office as Actress
Briana DeJesus in For Better or Worse as
Maria de Jesus Castellon in Human, Being Tom as Actress
Elijah DeJesus in Pearl as Actress
Kim DeJesus in Dhoom: 3 as Actress
Wanda De Jesus in Another World as Actress
Sherman De Jesus in A Shtetl in the Caribbean as Producer
Jesús Olmedo in Nadie conoce a nadie as Actor
Jesus Ruiz in The Brave One as Actor
The Jesus & Mary Chain in Lost in Translation as Soundtrack Names like Jesus Jesus Namesakes Related Names: JesJesaJesabelJesaiJesaiahJesaiasJesaleeJesalynJesalynnJesanieJesaraJesceniaJescieJeseJeseanJesecaJeseeJesekaJeselJeselleComments :Jesus is a male name and a Jewish contemporary of Jesus had a unique name, sometimes supplemented with the father's name or home town. Throughout the New Testament, Jesus is called "Jesus of Nazareth" ( Matthew 26:71 ), "Son of Joseph "( Luke 4:22 ) or" Jesus, son of Joseph of Nazareth "( John 1:45 ). However, in Mark 6: 3 , instead of being called "son of Joseph", is referred to as "the son of Mary and brother of James, of Joseph, of Judas and Simon. "The name "Jesus", common in many modern languages, derives from the Latin "Iesus," a transliteration of the Greek Ἰησοῦς ( Iesous ). The Greek form is a translation of the Aramaic ישוע ( Yeshua ), which derives from the Hebrew יהושע ( Yehoshua ). Apparently, the name Yeshua was used in Judea at the time of the birth of Jesus, the historian texts Josephus, written during the first century in Hellenistic Greek, the same language New Testament, refer at least twenty different people with the name Jesus (ie Ἰησοῦς ). The etymology of the name of Jesus in the New Testament context is usually indicated as " Yahweh is salvation".
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