Translation of paternoster in Spanish:

paternoster

padrenuestro, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpɑdərˌnɑstər//ˈpædərˌnɑstər//ˌpatəˈnɒstə/

noun

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    padrenuestro masculine
    paternóster masculine
    • Finish with a colloquy to Christ our Lord, and finally a paternoster.
    • My paternoster is a combination of real paternosters in several universal languages from the last three or four centuries, including Esperanto, plus, if I remember correctly, a piece from Gulliver's Travels.
    • I had a contemplation of the sufferings of Christ, and I besought him to let me feel his sorrows with him, and prayed five paternosters in adoration of the five sacred wounds.