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in the name of the father, and of the son, and of the holy spirit meaning in Czech

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Holy Spirit (Christian: person of the Holy Trinity)
proper noun

Duch Svatýproper noun

son [sons] (a male person in relation to his parents)
noun
[UK: sʌn]
[US: ˈsən]

synnoun
{m}

son [sons] (a son through close relationship)
noun
[UK: sʌn]
[US: ˈsən]

synnoun
{m}

son [sons] (a son through major influence)
noun
[UK: sʌn]
[US: ˈsən]

synnoun
{m}

son [sons] (an adopted son)
noun
[UK: sʌn]
[US: ˈsən]

synnoun
{m}

son [sons] (familiar address)
noun
[UK: sʌn]
[US: ˈsən]

synnoun
{m}

son [sons] (male descendant)
noun
[UK: sʌn]
[US: ˈsən]

synnoun
{m}

holy [holier, holiest] (dedicated to a religious purpose)
adjective
[UK: ˈhəʊ.li]
[US: ˈhoʊ.li]

svatýadjective

holy [holier, holiest] (revered in a religion)
adjective
[UK: ˈhəʊ.li]
[US: ˈhoʊ.li]

posvátnýadjective
{m}

svatýadjective
{m}

spirit [spirits] (alcohol)
noun
[UK: ˈspɪ.rɪt]
[US: ˈspɪ.rət]

líhnoun
{m}

spirit [spirits] (enthusiasm)
noun
[UK: ˈspɪ.rɪt]
[US: ˈspɪ.rət]

nadšenínoun
{n}

vervanoun
{f}

zápalnoun
{m}

spirit [spirits] (manner or style)
noun
[UK: ˈspɪ.rɪt]
[US: ˈspɪ.rət]

duchnoun
{m}

spirit [spirits] (soul)
noun
[UK: ˈspɪ.rɪt]
[US: ˈspɪ.rət]

duchnoun
{m}

dušenoun
{f}

spirit [spirits] (supernatural being)
noun
[UK: ˈspɪ.rɪt]
[US: ˈspɪ.rət]

duchnoun
{m}

name day (feast day of a saint)
noun
[UK: ˈneɪm deɪ]
[US: ˈneɪm ˈdeɪ]

jmeninynoun
{f-Pl}

sváteknoun
{m}

Christian name (first name at Christian baptism)
noun
[UK: ˈkrɪs.tʃən ˈneɪm]
[US: ˈkrɪs.tʃən ˈneɪm]

křestní jménonoun
{n}

given name (name chosen for a child by its parents)
noun
[UK: ɡɪv.n̩ ˈneɪm]
[US: ˈɡɪv.n̩ ˈneɪm]

jménonoun
{n}

scientific name (formal name)
noun

vědecký názevnoun
{m}

maiden name [maiden names] (married person's original last name)
noun
[UK: ˈmeɪd.n̩ ˈneɪm]
[US: ˈmeɪd.n̩ ˈneɪm]

dívčí jménonoun
{n}

trivial name [trivial names] (a common name for a chemical compound)
noun
[UK: ˈtrɪ.vɪəl ˈneɪm]
[US: ˈtrɪ.viəl ˈneɪm]

triviální názevnoun
{m}

common name (a name by which an organism is known to the general public)
noun
[UK: ˈkɒ.mən ˈneɪm]
[US: ˈkɑː.mən ˈneɪm]

obecné jménonoun

systematic name (name precisely describing chemical structure)
noun

systematický názevnoun
{m}

middle name (name between given name and surname)
noun

druhé jménonoun
{n}

first name [first names] (name chosen by parents)
noun
[UK: ˈfɜːst ˈneɪm]
[US: ˈfɝːst ˈneɪm]

křestní jménonoun
{n}

trade name [trade names] (business or firm)
noun
[UK: treɪd ˈneɪm]
[US: ˈtreɪd ˈneɪm]

značkanoun
{f}

domain name (unique name)
noun

doménové jménonoun
{n}

full name (full name of a person)
noun

plné jménonoun
{n}

given name (name chosen for a child by its parents)
noun
[UK: ɡɪv.n̩ ˈneɪm]
[US: ˈɡɪv.n̩ ˈneɪm]

křestní jménonoun
{n}

trade name [trade names] (name used to identify a commercial product or service)
noun
[UK: treɪd ˈneɪm]
[US: ˈtreɪd ˈneɪm]

značkanoun
{f}

middle name (name between given name and surname)
noun

prostřední jménonoun
{n}

maiden name [maiden names] (married person's original last name)
noun
[UK: ˈmeɪd.n̩ ˈneɪm]
[US: ˈmeɪd.n̩ ˈneɪm]

jméno za svobodnanoun
{n}

Father Frost (Slavic equivalent to Santa Claus)
proper noun

Děda Mrázproper noun
{m}

founding father (man who founded something, see also: founding mother; founder)
noun

otec zakladatelnoun
{m}

Heavenly Father (A formal name for the Judeo-Christian God)
proper noun

Nebeský Otecproper noun
{m}

Otec v nebiproper noun
{m}