Noun(1) representation of the cross on which Jesus died(2) a gymnastic exercise performed on the rings when the gymnast supports himself with both arms extended horizontally
(1) I gazed at a silver crucifix dangling on a fine chain under the pit of her throat.(2) They find him not as a dead Christ on a crucifix , but as a living Saviour, who is both willing and able to give them eternal life and peace with God.(3) The crucifix at Cross Hills was erected as a war memorial in August 1917, its cost being met by villagers.(4) And the texts advocated that a crucifix or an image of the Crucifixion should always be in the sight of the dying person.(5) a large silver crucifix on a chain(6) He nearly fainted with fear but somehow he managed to pull free and grab his silver crucifix .(7) There is a modern, quiet chapel and a yet-to-be-commissioned crucifix overlooking the main entrance.(8) To a papist, Luther thought, the crucifix was indeed an idol, something to be venerated and bowed down to.(9) On the very right-hand edge of the painting, the curtain is slightly pulled back to reveal a silver crucifix .(10) The crucifix contained a piece of wood taken from the cross on which Jesus was crucified.(11) While Luther was still hidden in the Wartburg, the first iconoclastic rioters entered his own church in Wittenberg in January 1522 to tear down and destroy the paintings, statues and above all, the crucifixes .(12) He tried to enforce the wearing of dog collars but undermined his own argument somewhat when he confessed how he liked to wander incognito in Rome's flea markets in search of discarded chalices, crucifixes and holywater fonts.(13) Examples of jewellery being worn other than for adornment, are necklaces such as the cross or crucifixes worn by Christians as potent religious symbols.(14) The souvenir shops, with their olive wood crucifixes and mother of pearl nativity tableaux, are shuttered.(15) Through the 1950s and 60s, he carved crucifixes , lecterns and other features for churches across England and Wales.(16) That shift encouraged decorative artistic works like crucifixes to be affixed to the walls facing the priests and the congregation.
(1) crucifix :: krucifiks
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Different Formscrucifix, crucifixes
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