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Explanation: All in terms of religion but still depends on the context. Ungido (found in Collins)comes from the ancient times and is still used in many Evangelical churches (and suppose others)Some one gets anointed with olive oil. I found roi consacre for anointed in an English-French dictionary but it can also be used in Spanish REY CONSAGRADO/ANOINTED KING (I believe it can also be used for bishops etc)
Bendecido is less specific but I believe it can also be used.
Collins, Ed 98 Collins Roberts II Volumes First Edition
Isore Martin Spain Local time: 00:39 Native speaker of: Spanish