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kyrie eleison
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Name of several Christian liturgical prayers. Although its origin as a locution is earlier, because it comes from the Greek (it is not Latin, although it appears in Latin prayers) and Kirie was already used in ancient Greece and Egypt to invoke kings or gods; 922; 965; 961; 953; 949; 949; 955; 949; 951; 963; 959; 957; (Kirie eleison "Oh, Lord, pity!") .

  




Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

Kyrie Eleison, is a Latin locution that means: Lord, have mercy.

  



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