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religionf religion
religiousreligieux, religieuse
acolytem acolyte
angelm ange
apostlem apôtre
archbishopm archevêque
baptismm baptême
Baptistm/f baptiste
bishopm évêque
blessbénir
blessingf bénédiction
Buddham Bouddha
Buddhismm bouddhisme
Buddhistm/f bouddhiste
Catholicm/f catholique
cemetarym cimetière
chapelf chapelle
Christm le Christ
Christianm chrétien, f chrétienne
Christianitym chrétienté
churchf église
coffinm cercueil
confessionf confession
confessionarym confessionnal
demonm démon
devilm diable
disciplem/f disciple
Fatherm père
Godm dieu
Goddessf déesse
godlypieux
heavenm ciel
hellm enfer
holysaint
Jewm juif, f juive
Jewishjuif, juive
monkm moine
mosquef mosquée
Muslimm musulman, f musulmane
Nunf religieuse
oraclem oracle
ordainordonner
Palm Sundaym dimanche des Rameaux
prayprier
prayerf prière
preachprêcher
priestm prêtre
priestessf prêtresse
priesthoodf prêtrise
prophetm prophète
rabbim rabbin
Sabbathm sabbat
Saintm saint, f sainte
Satanm Satan
Scripturem les Écritures
shrinem sanctuaire
templem temple
Vicarm pasteur
worshipvénérer
worshipperm/f fidèle
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Tip:-
To say yes in french you use either oui or si.

Oui is used to answer an affirmative question.

Si is used to answer a negative question.
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