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In English it is: 
"Father, into your hands I commend my spirit."

In Latin it is: 
"In manus tuas, Domine, commendo spiritum meum."

Word by word translation:
In - In 
manus - hand
tuas - your
domine - god
commendo - commend
spiritum - spirit
meum - my

And in Hebrew, it is: 
"Avi, be'yadha afkid ruhi" and 

Which if we look at it, by words, it means:
Avi = my father 
Be'yadha = into/in your hand 
Afkid = I will commend 
Ruhi = my spirit

And in Aramaic, the language of Jesus Christ so it would be this 
"abba b-iḏaiḵ sa’em ‘na ruḥ" 

Aramaic is a derivative of Hebrew - so 
abba - means my father
b-idaik - means into/in your hand 
sa'em - means i will commend
na ruh - my spirit

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Sixth Word: It is finished.
Seventh Word: Father, into your hands I commend my spirit.
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