Led Zeppelin were right. Think of English and German. Words have two meanings, depending on the language.
Let me give you another case study. Bill is a very devout Anglican, albeit not the greatest linguist, and also a bit impetuous.
Walking through Düsseldorf city centre with me on Sunday after church, he exclaimed:
It’s fabulous how the Germans have such strong faith. Look, they even have “Christ” in big, bold letters – three times – over the shops.
Ginge in Germany:
Er, sorry to pop your balloon, Bill, but Christ is the name of a chain of jeweller’s shop. “Christus” is the German word for our Lord and Saviour.