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saviour

US savior

/ (ˈseɪvjə) /
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noun
a person who rescues another person or a thing from danger or harm
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Word Origin for saviour

C13 saveour, from Old French, from Church Latin Salvātor the Saviour; see save 1

British Dictionary definitions for saviour (2 of 2)

Saviour

US Savior

/ (ˈseɪvjə) /

noun
Christianity Jesus Christ regarded as the saviour of men from sin
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