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Results for: [an1 hun2 mi2 sa5] Requiem Mass (Catholic)/**/anD/**/2=1331Translations 1 - 30 of 104
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(Catholic) Mass弥撒 [mi2 sa5]
(Catholic) Mass彌撒 [mi2 sa5]
a pile, a mass, heap, stack堆 [dui1]
Agnus Dei (section of Catholic mass)阿格尼迪 [a1 ge2 ni2 di2]
Andrew (Catholic transliteration), also 安德魯|安德鲁 (Protestant transliteration)安德肋 [An1 de2 lei4]
atomic mass原子質量 [yuan2 zi3 zhi4 liang2]
atomic mass原子质量 [yuan2 zi3 zhi4 liang2]
atomic weight, atomic mass原子量 [yuan2 zi3 liang4]
Benedict XVI (Roman Catholic pope)本笃十六世 [ben3 du3 shi2 liu4 shi4]
Benedict XVI (Roman Catholic pope)本篤十六世 [ben3 du3 shi2 liu4 shi4]
Benedictus (section of Catholic mass)本尼迪 [ben3 ni2 di2]
blood tumour, angioma (tumour consisting of a mass of blood vessels)血瘤 [xue4 liu2]
carat (mass)克拉 [ke4 la1]
Cardinal (of catholic church)枢机主教 [shu1 ji1 zhu3 jiao4]
Cardinal (of catholic church)樞機主教 [shu1 ji1 zhu3 jiao4]
Catholic Cardinal紅衣主教 [hong2 yi1 zhu3 jiao4]
Catholic Cardinal红衣主教 [hong2 yi1 zhu3 jiao4]
Catholic church天主教 [Tian1 zhu3 jiao4]
Catholic, follower of Catholicism天主教徒 [tian1 zhu3 jiao4 tu2]
Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association中国天主教爱国会 [Zhong1 guo2 Tian1 zhu3 jiao4 Ai4 guo2 hui4]
Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association中國天主教愛國會 [Zhong1 guo2 Tian1 zhu3 jiao4 Ai4 guo2 hui4]
Corpus Christi (Catholic festival on second Thursday after Whit Sunday)圣体节 [Sheng4 ti3 jie2]
Corpus Christi (Catholic festival on second Thursday after Whit Sunday)基督圣体节 [Ji1 du1 Sheng4 ti3 jie2]
Corpus Christi (Catholic festival on second Thursday after Whit Sunday)基督聖體節 [Ji1 du1 Sheng4 ti3 jie2]
Corpus Christi (Catholic festival on second Thursday after Whit Sunday)聖體節 [Sheng4 ti3 jie2]
covered all over with cuts and bruises, beaten black and blue, be a mass of bruises遍体鳞伤 [bian4 ti3 lin2 shang1]
covered all over with cuts and bruises, beaten black and blue, be a mass of bruises遍體鱗傷 [bian4 ti3 lin2 shang1]
Credo (section of Catholic mass)信經 [xin4 jing1]
Credo (section of Catholic mass)信经 [xin4 jing1]
critical mass临界质量 [lin2 jie4 zhi4 liang4]
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