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Christ is risen – Христос воскрес

Christ is risen in Russian

 

 

 

Христос воскрес [hris-TOS vas-KRES]

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Христос воскрес [hris-TOS vas-KRES] = Christ is risen
Воистину воскрес [va-EES-ti-nu vas-KRES] = Indeed, he’s risen

Христос [hris-TOS vas-KRES] = Christ – noun, Masculine, Nominative Case
Воистину [va-EES-ti-nu] = Indeed, really – adverb

воскрес [vas-KRES] = is risen (rose from the dead) – verb, Past Tense, Perfective, Masculine, Singular
воскреснуть [vas-KRES-nut’] = to rise from the dead – verb, Infinitive

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Христос воскрес [hris-TOS vas-KRES]

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Христос воскрес [hris-TOS vas-KRES] = Christ is risen
Воистину воскрес [va-EES-ti-nu vas-KRES] = Indeed, he’s risen

Христос [hris-TOS vas-KRES] = Christ – noun, Masculine, Nominative Case
Воистину [va-EES-ti-nu] = Indeed, really – adverb

воскрес [vas-KRES] = is risen (rose from the dead) – verb, Past Tense, Perfective, Masculine, Singular
воскреснуть [vas-KRES-nut’] = to rise from the dead – verb, Infinitive

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