Paraclete

Paraclete (Gr. παράκλητος, Lat. paracletus) means advocate or helper. In Christianity, the term Holy Spirit most commonly refers to the paraclete. == Etymology == Paraclete comes from the Koine Greek word παράκλητος (paráklētos, that can signify `one who consoles or comforts, one who encourages or uplifts; hence refreshes, a....
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Paraclete

• (n.) An advocate; one called to aid or support; hence, the Consoler, Comforter, or Intercessor; -- a term applied to the Holy Spirit.
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Paraclete

(from the article `Abelard, Peter`) Héloïse had meanwhile become the head of a new foundation of nuns called the Paraclete. Abelard became the abbot of the new community and provided it ... ...the monastery of St. Denis, and Héloïse entered the convent at Argenteuil. After the convent dispersed, Abelard gave H&ea...
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Paraclete

(Gr. parakaleo, to call to one's aid) One who is called to assistance. More specifically: the designation of the function of the Holy Spirit, the third embodiment of the Christian Trinity. -- V.F.
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Paraclete

Par'a·clete noun [ Latin paracletus , Greek ..., from ... to call to one, to exhort, encourage; para` beside + ... to call.] An advocate; one called to aid or support; hence, the Consoler, Comforter, or Intercessor; -- a term applied to the Holy Spirit. « From which intercession ...
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paraclete

advocate or intercessor; the Holy Spirit acting in such a role
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Paraclete

Paraclete (pâr'uklēt) , in the New Testament, title of the Holy Spirit, often translated as “Comforter” or “Advocate.” In First John, Jesus himself is the “Paraclete.”
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