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Explanation: Sorry, I don't think I have the facilities to write Greek characters here. Above is an approximate transliteration. It is pronounced very similar to the English version (the "i" of course being pronounced a "y").
Explanation: Jesus Christ = Ιησούς Χριστός = Iisous Hristos
1. BIBLE FOUNDER OF CHRISTIANITY a Jewish religious teacher who lived from about 4BC to AD 33. His life and teachings form the basis of Christianity. Christians believe he is the son of God.
2. HUMAN EMBODIMENT OF DIVINE in Christian Science, the highest human embodiment of the divine idea
Explanation: Sorry, I made a mistake yesterday. I said it's pronounced nearly the same as in English. It's pronounced nearly the same as in German. In any event, like "yayzoos" (at least, in NT Greek).