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etymologically

  
   adv   etimológicamente
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A Greek word, alms etymologically means compassion and mercy. Limosna, palabra griega, significa etimológicamente compasión y misericordia.
In spirit, perhaps, but etymologically, no. En espíritu, quizás, pero etimológicamente, no.
Miracles in the theological sense - etymologically, the word miracle (from mirari, to admire) means admirable, something extraordinary, surprising. Los milagros en el sentido teológico En su acepción etimológica, la palabra milagro (de mirari, admirar) significa admirable, cosa extraordinaria, sorprendente.
Etymologically, the word miracle (of mirari, admire) means wonderful, extraordinary, amazing. En su acepción etimológica, la palabra milagro (de mirari, admirar) significa admirable, cosa extraordinaria, sorprendente.
Although - etymologically speaking - the term means power of the Aunque el término etimológicamente significa poder del pueblo, la
And radical means, etymologically, you know, to get things at their root. Radical significa, etimológicamente, llevar las cosas hasta la raíz.
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