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You say: ישוע המשיח It's pronounced Yeshua ha Mashiach (Yeh SHU ah ha Maw-shee'-akh.) The 'akh' is pronounced gutturally, like the 'ach' in the German Achtung!It literally means, "Jesus the Messiah" or, "Jesus the Anointed [One]"
This question doesn't make any sense. But if you are asking how to say Jesus Christ in Hebrew, it's yeshu hanotzri (ישו הנוצרי)

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I came I saw I conquered translates to Ήρθα είδα κατέκτησα

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bati ra'iti vekhavashti beshem yeshu.

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Christ is the Greek translation of the Hebrew word Messiah, which means "anointed one."

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