Definición de hosanna en inglés:


Saltos de línea: hos|anna
Pronunciación: /həʊˈzanə
(also hosannah)


  • (Especially in biblical, Judaic, and Christian use) used to express adoration, praise, or joy: ‘Hosanna, blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord.’
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    • I'd parked on Beacon Hill, on the edge, so it gave us a little evening walk - always nice - and then we found the car - found no ticket - hosannah!


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  • An expression of adoration, praise, or joy: the soundtrack evoked passionate hosannas from some critics
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    • In this pericope there is no donkey colt, no crowd of pilgrims shouting praises, no waving of palm branches, no hosannas.
    • They sing of the profundity of affliction and of the complexity of God's ultimate grace, and they offer wild and glorious hosannas in such a way that testifies to the hope offered by God's infinite love.
    • They shouted hosannas and waved palm branches as Jesus the hoped-for warrior king, the overthrower of Rome, the savior of the world - rode in on a donkey.
    shout of praise, alleluia, hurrah, hurray, cheer, paean, glorification
    archaic huzza
    rare laudation


Old English, via late Latin from Greek hōsanna, from Rabbinical Hebrew hōša‘nā, abbreviation of biblical hōšī‘ā-nnā 'save, we pray' (Ps. 118:25).

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