Ixim

While this word is true, it is unusual in urban society, as its origin comes from an Aboriginal civilization residing in Mexican lands. However, this community has also spread across different Central American regions alongside its language, and the word ixim, is one of those terms that has generated noise in the city. Want to know a little more? Let’s […]

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Urbi et orbi

Urbi et orbi is a Latin phrase used by the pope in specific activities throughout the year, these are: Easter Sunday and Christmas Day on December 25. Urbi et orbi is a papal blessing addressed to Rome and the world on these dates already mentioned. Urbi et orbi means the city of Rome and the world, this blessing is given at […]

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LLDM

LLDM stands for LA LUZ DEL MUNDO, words that belong to a Christian church located in the city of Monterrey in Mexico where it was founded on April 6, 1926. This church claims to be founded to serve Jesus Christ the son here on earth . This church governs its doctrines according to the new testament, religious foundations […]

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Cristiano

As the Bible is the guide to the Cristiano faith, Que-quiere-decir.com to guide you from it to understand the meaning of Cristiano. Shall we start? According to Christianity, the concept of Cristiano is not that you cannot watch movies, that you cannot dance, that you cannot drink or that you cannot have fun. Christianity is not about rules and regulations to follow, but according to […]

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Shalom

Our vocabulary has a lot of history and sometimes we deprive ourselves of using some term because we do not know its origin and meaning. On this occasion we refer specifically to“Shalom”, a word of Hebrew origin whose meaning may vary according to the context in which it is used. Come and learn more! It is a […]

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Namaste

In the journey of religious words and full of spirituality appears Namaste, a term from the ancient sanskrit language of India that is used in religious practices because of its significant character. We invite you to know everything related to this sacred expression. Namaste is a common greeting throughout India and is often heard in many yoga classes in America. The greeting is usually […]

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Aleluya

The word Aleluya is an expression widely used in the religious sphere, since, obviously from there is its provenance. Hallelujah originates from the Hebrew word hallĕlū-Yh which means “your praise a yah” or “praise Yah”. Now, what does it mean to alaba a Yah? read us and discover the meaning of this sacred expression. In modern language, the meaning of Aleluya is“Praise to the Lord”, a […]

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Amen

In this article you will learn about the meaning of the word amen, a millennial term of Hebrew origin and which has historically been linked to religion,mainly to Christianity, Judaism and Islam. The book where this word is most present is in The Bible, being used by believers at the end of a prayer or prayer. Amen means “whether or so it […]

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Emuna

Emuná is a religious expression that has a broad relationship with the word faith, which in turn is defined in trust/believe. It has a connotation full of spirituality and conviction. We invite you to know more about it. Emuná means faith or a set of beliefs that a person or group of people has. It is also known as a spiritual discipline that provides the […]

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Sábado de Gloria

This day can be called Sábado de Gloria, Holy Saturday and also Easter Vigil, which is a religious celebration that ends the season of Cuaresma, falling the day before Easter Sunday.  The celebration commemorates the last day of Christ’s death, which is traditionally associated with his triumphant descent into hell, but this is not all that Sábado de Gloria means. Holy […]

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