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Jesu

[ jee-zoo, -soo, jey-, yey- ]
/ ˈdʒi zu, -su, ˈdʒeɪ-, ˈyeɪ- /
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noun Literary.
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Origin of Jesu

1150–1200; Middle English <Late Latin Iēsu, oblique (originally vocative) form of Iēsus<Greek Iēsoû;see Jesus
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British Dictionary definitions for Jesu

Jesu
/ (ˈdʒiːzjuː) /

noun
a poetic name for or vocative form of Jesus

Word Origin for Jesu

C17: from Late Latin, vocative of Jesus
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