Definition of messiahship in US English:

messiahship

noun

  • See messiah

    • ‘Thoughtful Christians are recognizing that the messiahship of Jesus does not necessitate a rejection of all things Jewish.’
    • ‘Much of the evidence for this is derived from a messianist rabbinic ruling, issued in 1997, requiring all Jews to accept the messiahship of Rabbi Schneerson.’
    • ‘If so, Jesus was reluctant to spell out the nature of his messiahship, but his actions and words provided plenty of hints for his followers to reach this conclusion for themselves.’
    • ‘The messiahship of Jesus has a meaning that is new and original.’
    • ‘Jesus explains that his messiahship is to be revealed in suffering and death.’

Pronunciation

messiahship

/məˈsaɪəˌʃɪp//məˈsīəˌSHip/