a cross (Latin: crux, crucis (Femininum), both of cruciare, “torment”, “peinigen”, “torture” old-high-German kruzi, in addition: old-Indian krúñcati, “” and old-high-German hrukki , “back” curves) is an object from two itself overlapping lines.It often finds as symbol use.

The term designates among other things:

persons named cross

  • Johannes of the cross, (1542-1591), Spanish poet, Mystiker and church teacher
  • Lothar cross, (1888-1969), German physician
  • Paul von Kreuz, Ordensgründer of the passionists 1720

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Wiktionary: Cross - word origin, synonyms and translations
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