Definition of grace:
- Favour; good- will; the free unmerited love and favour of God in itself or its effect on the heart; mercy; pardon; privilege; elegance or ease of form or manner; natural or acquired excollence; beauty; embellishment; the title of a duke or an archbishop; a short prayer before or after meat; in English universities, an act, vote, or decree of the government of the institution.
- To adorn; to favour; to honour. Day of grace, time of probation. Days of grace, the days allowed for the payment of a bill after it becomes due. See Graces.
Common misspellings for grace:
- favor; blessing
Grace as a girl's name is pronounced grayce. It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Grace is "favor; blessing". A virtue name referring to God's grace. Greek mythology: the Three Graces were goddesses of nature: Aglaia (brillance), Thalia (flowering), and Euphrosyne (joy). Actress and princess Grace Kelly; singer Grace Jones; choreographer Graciela Daniele.
- Kris, Cris, Crecia, Karas, Krisy, Krisi.
- Gracey, Gracia, Grata, Gratia, Graziella, Gracie, Gracious, Grazyna, Engracia, Eugracia, Gracee, Gracella, Gracelynn, Gracelynne, Graciana, Graciela, Graciella, Gracielle, Gracija, Gracina, Gratiana, Gratiela, Gratiella, Grayce, Grazia, Grazina, Graziosa.
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Grace must find expression in life, otherwise it is not grace. - Karl Barth
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