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For the etymology see the standard biblical commentaries.
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Christ is the English form of the Greek ''christos'', "anointed," from the Hebrew ''ma'''si'''ah'' of the same meaning. '''CHRIST''' refers to the mortal Jesus (2 Nephi 25:26) or to Jesus as the "Savior" or "Redeemer of the world". (Jacob 7:9)
  
 
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Biblical DN The Messiah of the world (2 Nephi 10:3; Moroni 10:33)

Christ is the English form of the Greek christos, "anointed," from the Hebrew masiah of the same meaning. CHRIST refers to the mortal Jesus (2 Nephi 25:26) or to Jesus as the "Savior" or "Redeemer of the world". (Jacob 7:9)