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Definition of Abuna

Abuna
Abuna A*bu"na, n. [Eth. and Ar., our father.] The Patriarch, or head of the Abyssinian Church.

Meaning of Abuna from wikipedia

- Abun (or Abuna, which is the status constructus form used when a name follows: Ge'ez አቡነ ’abuna/abune, 'our father'; Amharic and Tigrinya) is the honorific...
- Abuna Yemata Guh is a monolithic church located in the Hawzen woreda of the Tigray Region, Ethiopia. It is situated at a height of 2,580 metres (8,460 ft)...
- the Abuna River. The Abuna River and the Madeira River upstream from their confluence mark the boundary between Brazil and Bolivia, and so Abunã is across...
- Abuná can refer to: Abuna River, river between Bolivia and Brazil Abuná Province, Bolivia Abuna, title of bishop in Ethiopian Orthodox Church...
- an Ethiopian-born Archbishop, Abuna Basilios, 14 January 1951. Then in 1959, Pope Cyril VI of Alexandria crowned Abuna Basilios as the first Patriarch...
- Abuna Yesehaq, born Laike Maryam Mandefro in Adwa, Ethiopia, 1933; died 29 December 2005 Newark, New Jersey, was a leader of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo...
- The Abuna River (Spanish: Río Abuná, Portuguese: Rio Abunã) is a river in South America. As a part of the Amazon Basin, it forms part of the border between...
- Orthodox Tewahedo Church with autocephaly since 1994. The following articles contain lists of Abunas: List of Abunas of Ethiopia List of Abunas of Eritrea...
- Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church, elected after the death of Abuna Takla Haymanot in May 1988. Merkorios remained Patriarch for three years...
- Abuna Basilios (April 23, 1891 – October1 13, 1970) was the first Ethiopian-born Archbishop or Abuna, and later the first Patriarch, of the Ethiopian Orthodox...
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