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Kyrgios is pronounced just like "Kyrios," which means "Lord" or "Master" in Greek (like, for example, in that Mr. Mister song from the '80's). So is Nick Kyrgios the next Lord of tennis?

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Well, if Pete is the Father, and JesusFed the son, wouldn't that make Kyrios the Holy Spirit?
 

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Well, if Pete is the Father, and JesusFed the son, wouldn't that make Kyrios the Holy Spirit?
No...Dimitrov must come in as the son
 

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Kyrgios is pronounced just like "Kyrios," which means "Lord" or "Master" in Greek (like, for example, in that Mr. Mister song from the '80's). So is Nick Kyrgios the next Lord of tennis?

Because this is an answerable question.
No, the name is pronounced like Kyr-hee-os in Greek.

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