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Who is Kharisma?
Kharisma is an actress.
- also known as Kharisma Gooden, Kharisma Gooden Mitchel
- born on (31 years ago) in Teaneck
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Actor
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A Dictionary of First Names (2006)
by Patrick Hanks, Kate Hardcastle, Flavia Hodges
Charisma Modern name, from the vocabulary word denoting personal magnetism or charm (from Greek kharisma 'blessing', referring originally to the spiritual gifts conferred by the Holy Spirit on the Christian apostles).
A Collection of Words and Phrases so You Could Say It Like We by Kareem-Nelson Hull
Grant, Kharisma MartinezJohnson, Desiree Smith, Fiona Farrington, Marieta FlaxHeadley, Natalie Hodge, Tamara ArchibaldGill, Celsus Andrew Zhivago Williams, Adon LaTrell Martin, C. Damion Grange, ...
by John M Levine, Michael A. Hogg
Defining the Concept First introduced by German sociologist Max Weber, the word charisma comes from the Greek word χα′ρισμα (kharisma), meaning “gift” or “divine favor.” Following this original definition, charisma refers to an ...
by Maurice Waite
origin Greek kharisma. charismatic adj. 1 having a charm that can inspire admiration in other people. 2 (of a Christian movement) that believes in special gifts from God, such as healing the sick. charismatically adv. charitable adj. 1 relating to ...
by Julia Cresswell
The word came via ecclesiastical Latin from Greek kharisma, from kharis 'favour, grace'. The Charismatic religious movement has, since the 1930s, gone back to the original sense of the word. charity [OE] Charity begins at carus, the Latin ...
A Resource for Readers and Writers by Gabriel Adeleye, Kofi Acquah-Dadzie
kharisma grace, favor.] 1. Talent or spiritual gift bestowed as a divine favor or grace, which among early Christians was believed to be manifested in the ability to prophesy, to heal ...
by Webster's New World Dictionary, Editors Of Webster's II Dictionaries
kharisma, divine gift < kharizesthai, to favor < kharis, favor.) la. The power or quality of winning the devotion of large numbers of people, b.
The First Dictionary For The Internet Age by Anne H. Soukhanov
Via ecclesiastical Latin < Greek kharisma < kharis "favor, grace."] Char-iS-mat-iC /kerriz mattik/ adj 1 possessing great powers of charm or influence 2 describes Christian groups or worship characterized by a quest for inspired and ecstatic ...
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