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1evangel

noun evan·gel \i-ˈvan-jəl\

Definition of EVANGEL

:  gospel

Origin of EVANGEL

Middle English evangile, from Anglo-French evangeile, from Late Latin evangelium, from Greek euangelion good news, gospel, from euangelos bringing good news, from eu- + angelos messenger
First Known Use: 14th century

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Definition of EVANGEL

First Known Use of EVANGEL

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