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The explanation for these words are:
Explanation: Baptisma in Greek means Baptism (and the correct pronounciation is Vaptisma=Βάπτισμα)
Baptizo in Greek means Baptize (and the correct pronounciation is Vaptizo=Βαπτίζω)
Baptistes is the name for the people who performed Baptisms in the name of Messiah before the arrival of Jesus. For example John the Baptist. He was the one who had started to baptize people according to Orthodox Church. Afterwards Baptistes become a church, a heresy.
The word Baptismos does not exist. Most probably it is misspelled. However there is another name Vaptistikos (Βαπτιστικός) which means the godson and Vaptistikia (Βαπτιστικιά) which is the god-daughter.
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