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			- Abbot ['bot] 
						- Abb m (abbe)

(.) - Abbey ['bi] - Abbaye f
- Autocephaly -
- Autocephalous (Gr."himself the head") - - - A.Church
- Autonomy - Autonomie f
() - Authority - Autorit f (autorite)
- Haggadah [3] (Jew.)
- Agape (Gr."love; the communal religious meal or "love feast")
- Blessed water - Agiasme ..., eau f benite (benite), eau f baptismale
- Hagiography (the description of the lives of the saints)
- Hagiology (.)
- Lamb [lam] - Agneau m: . - L.of God; - . - The Eucharistic L., the Sacrificial L. (the middle part of prosphora taken out on the Orthodox Liturgy) - Hostie f
- Agnosticism
- Hell, Hades (Greek) - Enfer m: - Descent into Hell
- Infernal - Infernnal
- Seventh-Day Adventists pl) -
- Hellish, infernal - Infernal
- Theological academy - Acadmie f thologique
- Akathistos, akathist - Akathiste m
- Book of Akathists [2] - Livre m des akathistes
- 1) To hunger; 2) to long for - Avoir faim
- Allah [2] (Monotheistic Islamic proper name of God) - Allah m
- Allegory - Allgorie f
- Alleluia, hallelujah - Allluia m (alleluia)
- Sacristan, altar boy (server at divine office, novice or subdeacon who serves in the sanctuary) -
- Sanctuary, altar, altarspace - Autel m, sanctuaire m: . - Altar of soul
- Greedy for, covetous of - Avide, affam, insatiable, cupide
- 1) Hungry for; 2) longing for - Altr
- Albigensians -
- Altruism
() (.) - Alpha [1] and Omega [2] (Christ) (bibl.) - L'Alpha et l'Omga (Christ) (bibl.)
- Ambo, ambon, tribune (space in front of iconostasis, from which priest preaches) - Ambon m, jub m
- Amen - Amen (ainsi soit-il)
- Anabaptists
- Analoi, lectern, analogion, reading stand - Lutrin m, pupitre m
- Anathema [2] - Anathme m, excommunication f
( ) - Anaphora [2] (the central prayer in the Eucharistic Liturgy) - Anaphore f
- Anchorite - Anachorte m
- Angel - Ange m: .- - Guardian Angel - Ange gardien; - - Namesday - Jour m de fte
- Angelic - Anglique
- Anglicanism:
- The Anglican Church, the Church of England, the Anglican Communion - glise f anglicane
- Antidoron [4] - Antidore m, pain m bnit
- Low Sunday, or Thomas Sunday (next Sunday after Easter) - Quasimodo f
- Antimension [3] (antiminsion), corporal - Antimension f, antimense f, corporal m
- Anti-semitism - Antismitisme m
- Antiphon [3] - Antienne f, antiphone m, stance f
- Antichrist (the prince of Christ's ennemies) - Antchrist m
- Antiquity - Antiquit f
- Apocalypse - Apocalypse f
- Study of the Apocalypse - tudes f pl de l'Apocalypse f
- Apocrypha - Livre m apocryphe
- Apologetics, study of Apologetics (a defence of the Christian faith by theologians and philosophers)
- Apologia - Apologie f
- 1) Apostle; 2) Book of the Acts of the Apostles and the Epistles - 1) Aptre m; 2) livre m qui contient les Actes des aptres et les Epitres: . () ( ) - A. of Gentiles (St.Paul) -
- ... - Guimpe f
- Apostolic [3] - Apostolique: - - A.Canons - Canons m A.; - - A.Decisions; - - A.succession; - - A.tradition - Tradition f A.
- Apostleship - Apostolat m
- Aramaic
- Arianism
- Armageddon [4]
- Salvation Army
- Artos [1] (special bread for Easter) - Artos m, pain bnit
- Archangel - Archange m: - ,, - A-s Michael, Gabriel, Raphael
- Archangelic - Archangelique
- Archdeacon - Archidiacre m
- - Archidiaconat m
- Archbishop - Archveque m
- Hierarch - veque m
- Episcopal - Episcopal, d'vque m: - - E.Celebration of the Divine Liturgy; Pontifical Mass (Rom.Cath.)
- - Prlature f (Cath.)
- Archimandrite [,a:kiman'drait] - Archimandrite m
- - Archimandritat m
- Chief Captain, Leader - Archistratge
- Ascesis - Ascse ...
- Ascetic - Ascte m
- Asceticism - Asctisme m
- Study of Asceticism - tudes m pl d'asctisme m
- Ascetic - Asctique
- Atheism - Athisme m
- Atheist - Athe m

                       
 
			- Baptists (pl.)

- Vigil - Vigilance f: . - .
- Vigilance, vigilancy, watchfulness - Vigilance f
( ) (.) - Beatification
- Misfortune, woe - Malheur m
- Scourge [-d], tribulation - Dsastre m, sinistre m
- Celibacy - Clibat m
- Sinlessness, absence of sin - Puret f, innocence f
- Innocent, sinless - Innocent, impeccable
- Free of care, carefree - Insouciant, sans souci
- Lawlessness - Illgalit f: . - To commit lawless acts
- Silence - Silence m
- Madness, folly - Folie f
- Mad, foolish - Fou (f folle), insens
- Demon, evil spirit - Dmon m
- Unending - Infini, interminable
- Possessed by demons - Possd du dmon, dmoniaque
- Sterile, incapable of bearing fruit - Strile, infructueux, infertile
- Bodiless, disembodied - Incorporel, immatriel: - - Bodiless powers
- Confusion, disorder - Dsordre m, troubles m pl
- Immortality - Immortalit f
- Senseless - Dnu de sens, absurde
- Pauper (for God), unmercenary, anargiroi (one who does not cares about money or material goods in God) - Anargyre m
- Unfeeling - Insensibilit f
- Biblical, scriptural - Biblique: . - Biblical criticism - Critique f biblique
- Biblical study, scholarship - tudes m pl bibliques
- Bible - Bible f
- Ringing of church bells - Sonnerie f
- The Good News - La Bonne Nouvelle
( ) - The Annunciation (of the Most-Holy Mother of God) - Annonciation f (de la Trs Sainte Mre de Dieu)
- Benevolence, goodwill, kindness, grace - Bienveillance f
- To please (archaic) - Daigner
- Reverend - Pieux
- Reverence, devotion, awe [o:], veneration (for) - Vnration f
- Thanksgiving - Remercment m, action f de grce: . - Prayer of T.
(.-.) - To give thanks (to) - Remercier (de, pour)
- Gratitude - Reconnaissance f, gratitude f
- Gracious - Grcieux
- Grace - Grce f
- Benefactor - Bienfaiteur m, -rice f
- Benefaction - Bienfait m
- Good
- Propitious - Favorable
- Honourable, noble - Noble
- Blessing, benediction - Bndiction f
- - Bni
- To bless - Bnir, donner la bndiction: ! - Give me (us) your blessing! Bless me! - Bnissez!
- Goodness - Bont f, clmence f, misricorde f
- Charity, philantropy - Charit f, bien-faisance f
() - Charitable (fund) - Charitable, de charit
- Well-pleasing - Complaisent
- Pious, devout - Pieux, dvot
- Piety, devotion - Piet f, dvotion f
- Blagochinie [3], deanery - Blagotchini f (certain nombre de paroisses subordonnes un superintendant ecclsiastique)
( ) - Blagochinny [3], suffragan bichop (Anglic.), assistant bishop, provost, dean - Prevot m, superintendant m ecclesiastique
( ) - The Beatitudes, Third Antiphon - Les Batitudes
- Blessed - Bienheureux
- Beatitude [bi'atitiud], state of grace - Batitude f, bien-tre m, flicit f
- Neighbour (bibl.) - Proche; prochain m, -e f
- Lechery, fornication, lust - Adultre m, fornication f
- Whore, prostitute - Fornicatrice f
- Prodigal [1] son - Enfant m prodigue, fils m prodigue
- God - Dieu m: - Omnipresent - Omniprsent, prsent partout; - The Pantocrator, the Sovereign Lord - Tout-puissant; - Almighty, Omnipotent - Tout-puissant; - Merciful - Misricordieux; - God grant - Dieu veuille, plaise Dieu; - God protect (preserve) - Dieu prserve; - Thanks be to God - Grce Dieu, Dieu merci
- Riches, abundance ['bandens] - Richesse f
- Godfearing - Timor, craignant Dieu
- Fear of God - Crainte f de Dieu
- God-inspired - Inspir par Dieu
- The Incarnation of God - L'incarnation f de Dieu
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- Infant God - Infant m Dieu
- Devout person, pilgrim - Celui qui prie Dieu, pelerin m
- Devout - Dvot
- Divine wisdom - Sagesse f divine
- God-bearing, theophoros - Thophore
- The Knowledge of God - Connaissance f de Dieu
- Worship, veneration of God - Adoration f de Dieu
- The Theotokos [3] (Orth.), the Mother of God, the Birth-Giver of God, the Bearer of God - (Sainte-)Vierge f, Mre f de Dieu: - Theotokion [5] (Orth.), Hymn of the Mother of God, Magnificat (Cath.)
() - Theotokarion [6], hymn to the Mother (to the Birth-Giver) of God
- Theologian - Thologien m
- Theology - Thologie f: . - Moral T. - T. morale; . - Pastoral T. - T. pastorale; . - Systematic T. - T. systmatique; . - Comparative T. - T. comparative; . - Dogmatic T. - T. dogmatique
- Theological - Thologique
- Relating to divine worship (books, vessels) - Du service divin: - - Books relating to divine worship, liturgical texts
- Divine Service, worship - Service m, office m (divin)
- Blasphemer - Blasphmateur
- Blasphemous, profane - Blasphmatoire, profane
- Blasphemy, profanity - Blasphme
- To blaspheme - Blasphmer
- God and Man (Christ), God-man - Homme-Dieu m
- The Epiphany, the Theophany (the Manifestation of God) - piphanie f, Thophanie f, Manifestation f de Dieu
- Divinity - Divinit
, - Divine, pertaining, relating to God - Divin, de Dieu - Divin
- Deity, divinity - Dite, divinite
- Disease, sickness, infirmity - Maladie f, mal m
- Chattiness - Bavardage m, causerie f
- Sick, ill - Malade
- To be afraid, to fear - Avoir peur de, craindre, redouter: . - To fear God, to have a fear of God - Craindre Dieu
- Marriage - Mariage m: . - Holy Matrimony; . - Remarriage
() - Warfare - Guerre f: . - Invisible W. - G. invisible
- Brother - Frre m
- Brethren (.), brotherhood - Confrrie f, fraternit f
- Fellowship, brotherhood - Fraternit f
- Burden - Charge f, fardeau m
- Buddhism - Bouddhisme m
- Violent - Violent
- 1) Existence; 2) Book of Genesis - 1) tre m, existence f; 2) Gense f

                       
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			- Palm-branch, sallow-branch 
						- Rameau m de palmier

- The Presentation in the Temple - Prsentation f de la Mre de Dieu au Temple, Entre f de la Mre de Dieu au Temple
- Inspiration - Inspiration f
- To inspire, to infuse - Inspirer, animer
() - Knowledge - Connaissances f, savoir m
- 1) Age; 2) century - 1) ge m; 2) sicle m: - Unto ages of ages, for ever and ever - Dans les siecles des siecles; - Now and forever and unto ages of ages; - The end of time - La consomation des sicles; - Age to come - Siecles a venir
- Great - Grand: . - . (); . - . (); . - Monday of Holy Week - Lundi m de la semaine de la passion; . - Tuesday of Holy Week - Mardi m de la semaine de la passion; - - Wednesday of Holy Week - Mercredi m de la semaine de la passion; . - Holy Thursday, Maundy Thursday (Anglic.) - Jeudi m saint; - - Good Friday - Vendredi m de la semaine de la passion; - - Saturday of Holy Week (Easter Even) - Samedi m de la semaine de la passion
- Megalomartyr [4], Great Martyr - Grand martyr m
- - Mgalynaire
- Crown - Couronne f: . - The Bridal (matrimonial) C. - Couronne de marriage; . - C. of thorns - C. d'pines
() - Marriage service, Holy Matrimony, Crowninig - Benediction f nupitale, couronnement m
- To wed, to go through a service of marriage - Bnir le mariage
- Faith, belief - Foi f, croyance f: . - Christian faith - Foi f chrtienne
- Palm Sunday - Dimanche m des Rameaux (. )
- Penitential chains, fetters (worn by ascetic as an act of penance) - Chanes f pl, liens m pl
, - To believe - Croire
- Faithfulness - Fidlit f
- Faithful - Fidle, dvou
- Creed, confession, denomination - Confession f, religion f
- Tolerance of another creed - Tolrance religieuse
- Tolerant of another creed - Tolrant
- Religious doctrine - Doctrine f religieuse
- Believer - Croyant
- To lead - Mener, conduire
- Messenger - Messager m
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- Vespers - Vpres f pl
() - Mystical Supper - Sainte Cne: . - The Lord's Supper
- Forever - ternellement
- Eternity - ternit f
- Eternal, endless - ternel: - - Eternal life; - - Eternal memory - Mmoire f ternelle: () - Memory eternal ! - Mmoire f ternelle !; . - Eternal rest - Repos m ternel, Dieu fasse paix
( ) - Invocation
- Visible, outward - Visible
- Byzantine - Byzantin
- Byzantinism - Byzantinisme m
- Vicar, vicar bishop (assistant, suffragan bishop) - Vicaire m, suffragant m
- Fault, guilt, blame - Faute f, tort m
- Wine - Vin m
- Guilty - Coupable de
( ) - Vladyka [2] - Vladyka m; . - The Lord of the world - Le Seigneur de l'univers m
- Queen (of Heaven) - Souveraine f (des cieux)
- Power, authority (earthly) - Pouvoir m, autorit f
- Sackcloth - Cilice m, haire f
- Inner, inward [1] - Intrieur
- Forever - ternellement, a jamais
- Water - Eau f: () . - Holy W. - E. bnite
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- The Great Blessing of waters
- Lust - Convoitise f, dsir m ardent
- To magnify - Honorer
- To proclaim, to announce - Proclamer, annoncer, notifier
- Lofty - Exhauss, lev, sublime
- Exclamation - Exclamation f, ecphonse f
- To exclaim, to proclaim - Proclamer
- To render, to restore, to reward, to repay, to require - Rcompencer, rmunrer
- Reward, that which is given in requital - Rcompence f, rmunration f
- To raise - lever, riger
() - The Exaltation (Elevation) of the Precious and Life-giving Cross - Exaltation f de la croix
- Abstinence, continence, abstention, temperance - Abstinence f, continence f, abstention f, temprance f, sobriet f
- To abstain (from) - S'abstenir
[2] - Air, veil - Pale f, patne f
- Laying-on of hands, stretching-out of hands - Imposition f des mains
- Beloved - Bien-aim
- The Ascension of the Lord - Ascension de Notre Seigneur
- 1) To lift up; 2) () to pray, to exalt, to glorify - 1) lever; 2) () prier, louer, exalter, glorifier: - To ascend into Heaven - Monter au ciel
- Elevation - levation f
- Growth - Croissance f, accroissement m
- Renewal - Renaissance f, rsurrection f: . - Spiritual R. - Renaissance spirituelle
- Solemn ['solm] - mouvant, troublant
( ) - Wise man - Mage m, savant m
- Magic, sorcery - Magie f, sorceillerie f, sortilge m
- Will - Volont f: . - W. of God - V. de Dieu; . - Free W.; . - ... - Dpouillement m de la V.
- Let us attend
() - To incarnate, to be incarnate of - S'incarner
(, ) - The Incarnation (of Christ) - Incarnation f (de Christ)
() - 1) Resurrection; 2) Sunday - 1) Rsurrection f; 2) Dimanche m: . - The R. of Jesus Christ - La R. de Jesus Christ; . - R.of the dead - R. des morts
- To raise someone from the dead - Ressusciter, faire revivre
- To praise - Chanter
( ) - Godparent, sponsor - Parrain m, marraine f
- To restore - Restaurer
- Restoration - Restauration f
- Eastern - Oriental: - - E.Church - glise f orientale
- Rapture - Admiration f
- To ascend - Monter
- Churching - Rception f dans l'glise
() - Incarnation (of Christ) - Incarnation (de Christ)
- Enemy, foe - Ennemi m
- Enmity, hostility - Hostilit f, inimiti f
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- Hostile - Hostile
- Gates (pl.) - Portes f pl: . - G. of Hell - P. de l'enfer; . - Holy (Royal) Doors (Gates) - P. royales
- Harm - Dommage m, tort m, prjudice m
- To harm - Nuir (), faire (du) tort, porter prjudice
- Almighty - Le Trs-Haut
- Always, ever - Toujours, a jamais
- The Pantocrator [3], the Sovereign Lord - Le Tout-Puissant
- Universe, world - Univers m
- Ecumenical, oecumenical - Universel, ecumnique, oecimnique: - - Universal Church - glise f universelle; . - Ecumenical (Oecumenical) Patriarch - Patriarche m oecumenique; . - Ecumenical (Oecumenical) Council, General Council - Concile m oecumnique
- The (Great) Flood, the Deluge (bibl.) - Dluge m universel
- Almighty - Tout-Puissant
- All-Night Vigil - Vigiles pl, f
- - Trs-Saint
- The Consuming by fire, the Burnt offering - Holocauste m
( ) - The Vulgate [2] - La Vulgate
- Entrance - Entre f: . - The Great E. - Grande E.; . - The Little E. - Petite E.; . - Our Lord's Entry into Jerusalem, the Entrance of the Lord into Jerusalem (. )

                       
 
			- Halachah [2] (Jew.)

- Fiery hell - Feu m de l'enfer
- Gemara [2]
- Hermeneutics - Hermneutique f
- Hermeneutical - Hermneutique
- To perish - Mourir, prir
( ) - Chapter - Chapitre m
- Glagolitic alphabet - Alphabet m glagolitique
- Tone, voice, echos - Ton m, voix f: . - Voice of God - Voix de Dieu
- Deaf - Sourd
[ -] - To persecute [for the sake of] - Perscuter
- Anger ['nge], wrath, wrathfulness - Colre f: . - Wrath of God - C. de Dieu
- To be angry - Se fcher (contre), se mettre en colre
- Gnosis, spiritual knowledge
- Gnostic - Gnostique m
- Gnosticism - Gnosticisme m
- Gnostic - Gnostique
- 1) Fasting, 2) Ritual of preparation for Holy Communion (involving a retreat, confession) - 1) Jene m, carme m, 2) Rite m de la preparation pour la Sainte Communion
- Glossolalia [3] - Glossolalie f
- Homiletics [3]
- Persecution - Perscution f
- To be proud of - tre fier (de)
() - 1) Arrogance; 2) Pride - 1) Orgueil m, vanit f; 2) Fiert f: . - A.of the Devil
- Woe [wou], trouble - Chagrin m, peine f, malheur m
- To mourn - S'affliger (de), tre dsol (de)
- High place (behind the altar) - Stalle f des vques (derrire l'autel)
- The Lord - Le Seigneur: . - Our L.Jesus Christ - Jesus Christ notre S.; . - . ; , - Lord, have mercy - Kyrie eleison; Dieu, aie piti (de nous); , - Grant, O Lord - Accorde-le, Seigneur; , - To Thee, O Lord - A Toi, Seigneur; - In the name of the Lord - Au nom m du Seigneur
- Hospitality - Hospitalit f
- State - tat m
- Sin - Pch m, faute f: . - Voluntary S.; . - Involuntary S.; . - Original S. - P. originel; - - Remission of sins, absolution - Rmission f des P-s, absolution f des P-s; . - To commit S. - Commetre le P. - Deadly sins - Pchs m mortels, capitals: - Arrogance - Orgueil m; - Covetousness - Amour m des richesses, cupidit f; - Lechery, fornication, lust - Adultre m, fornication f; - Envy, jealousy - Envie f, jalousie f; - Gluttony - Gastroltrie f, gastromargie f; - Anger - Colre f; - Sloth, laziness - Paresse f; - Despondency, gloominess - Abattement m
- Sinful - Pcheur
- The Fall - Chute f
- Greek - Grec
- To sin, to commit sin - Pcher, commetre un pch
- Sinner - Pcheur m
- Sinful - Pcheur
- The Holy Sepulchre - Le Saint Spulcre

                       
 
			- Gift, offering 
						- Don m, prsent m: 
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						- Saint Sacrement m; 
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			   - Gifts of the Holy Spirit 
						- Dons du Saint-Esprit
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			   - Reserved sacrament (gifts)

- Portable tabernacle - Ciboire m
- Repository for Holy Gifts, tabernacle - Tabernacle m
() - A sign of the Cross made with two-fingers
- Ambiguity - quivoque f, ambiguit f
- Ambiguous - quivoque, ambigu
- Virgin - Vierge f: - The Virgin Mary
- Virginal - Vierge
() - Celibacy, virginity - Clibat m, virginit f
- Deesis - Disis f
- Deed, action - Affaire f; cause f
- Demiurge [3]
- Demon - Dmon m
- Denomination - Dnomination f
- 1) Tree; 2) wood - 1) Arbre m; 2) bois m: - T.of life - A. de la vie; ( ) - T.of the knowledge (of good and evil) - A. de la connaissance (de ce qui est bien ou mal)
- To take courage - Oser, se hasarder
- Right hand - Main f droite, main dextre
- Tithe - Dixime m, dme f
() - .
- Activity - Activit f: . - Missionary A. - A. missionnaire
- Deacon - Diacre m
- ... - Diaconat m
- Dialogue - Dialogue m: . - Ecumenical D. - D. oecumenique (ecumenique)
() - Dikiri [2], dichirios [2], dikerion [2] (double branched candle-stick) - Dikirion m
- Denarius [2] - Denier m
- Diptych [1] - Diptyque m
- Diskos [1], paten - Patne f, diskos m
- Jainism
- Jihad, "holy war" (Isl.)
- Goodness, kindness - Bien m
- Virtue - Vertu f
- Philokalia [3], Dobrotolubie [4] - Philocalie f
- Good, kind - Bon
- Trust, reliance on - Confiance f
- To trust - Avoir confiance (en), faire confiance (), se fier ()
, - Doctrine, dogma - Dogme m
() - Dogmatikon [4] - Dogmatique m
- Dogmatics - Science f des dogmes
- Dogmatic - Dogmatique: - - .
- 1) Duty; 2) debt - 1) Devoir m; 2) dette f
- Debtor - Dbiteur m
- House of prayer - Maison f de prire
- Domostroi [3] (the Home-Builder)
() - To reach
- Worthy, axios [1] - Digne (de): - It is meet - Il est digne - - To make worthy to
- Hebraic - Hbraique adj, hbreu adj: - Hebrew - Hbreu m
- Ancient; antique - Ancien; antique: . - Antiquity, Ancient world
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- Spirit - Esprit m: - Spirit of God - Esprit Divine (de Dieu); - Holy Spirit, Holy Ghost - Saint-Esprit m, Esprit Saint; ! - And to thy S.! (And with thy S.!) - Et a ton E.; - Seal of the gift of the H.S.; - To live according to the S. - Vivre selon l'E.
- Dukhobors, spirit-wrestlers (pl.) - Pneumatomaques m
- Clergy, priesthood - Clerg m: .() - White clergy - C. sculier; .() - Black clergy - C. rgulier
- Spiritual father, confessor - Confesseur m, pre m spirituel, guide m spirituel
- Spiritual - Spirituel: . - S.influence - Influence f S.; . - S.kinship - Parent f S.
- Spirituality - Spiritualit f
- Soul - me f
- Devil - Diable m



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