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The term "Cristo Jesús" does occur in several places in the Bible. For example, in Efesios 2:10. https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Efesios+2%3A10&version=RVR1960 I think this follows the word order chosen in the original Greek. The English translations do the same thing. Paul sometimes uses one word order, sometimes the other. As to ...


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lt might come from Latin, perhaps because all the declensions but two are Iesu (nominative Iesus, and accusative Iesum), v.g. Jesu Christi. This might have lead to a hyphenated use in Spanish as Jesu-Christo. The RAE erased the h. And, I don't know when or how, it got merged. (Still, I realize it's just a theory. Somehow I managed to be sure, so I checked ...


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"Baute" does not have any meaning in Spanish. Regarding the origin, all references have Canary Islands very present, although some also suggest it comes from France. There are many websites in which you can check the origin of surnames. I do not know how reliable their information is, but let's check a couple of them: ...



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