Etymology
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crucifix (n.)

"a cross or representation of a cross with the crucified figure of Christ upon in," early 13c., from Old French crucefix (12c., Modern French crucifix), from Latin cruci fixus "(one) fixed to the cross" (see crucify).

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Definitions of crucifix

crucifix (n.)
representation of the cross on which Jesus died;
Synonyms: rood / rood-tree
crucifix (n.)
a gymnastic exercise performed on the rings when the gymnast supports himself with both arms extended horizontally;
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