What religious word mean the same in any language?
What do you mean? Do you mean, "What does the phrase 'synonym for peculiar' mean?". Synonym means a word or phrase that means exactly or nearly the same as another word or phrase in the same language, for example shut is a synonym of close. So the question is asking what is another word that means nearly the same as the word peculiar.
Shakespeare wrote in English, the same language I am using now. There is no such language as "Shakespearean language" or "Shakespeare language". It's English. A word like "then" is a building block of the English language and always means "then" when Shakespeare or any other English speaker uses it.
Since you don't give any details of where you know this word from, and in what language it is, I'll try to tell you what I know and hope that's what you wanted. I know of a Hebrew word "Adah" (pronounced "Eidah"), which means "Congregation" (usually in a religious context). It can also mean a group of people from the same place or practising the same customs - religious or otherwise. The "th" at the…
There is no such word in the English language, if you mean 'celibate' it means not having sexual activity becaue of a religious promise ANS 2 -'Celibate' actually means 'an unmarried state' and in the original meaning has no sexual or religious connotation. ( These 'alternative meanings' have crept into American dictionaries somehow.)
IMPROVED: Firstly, please do not refer to Sign Language as mute language. Secondly, no it is not the same. Just as english nad other languages have varying meanings, dialects, etc., SL has varying meanings, dialects, etc. a word in english might have the same sound a another word in a different language, yet mean something enitrely different. So it is in SL, as well. I dont really think so.