Epiphany

  • 1Epiphany — may refer to:* Epiphany (holiday), a Christian holiday on January 6 celebrating the visit of the Magi to the infant Jesus * Epiphany (feeling), the sudden realization or comprehension of the essence or meaning of something * Theophany, an… …

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  • 2Epiphany — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Epiphany …

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  • 3Epiphany — • The feast was called among the Syrians denho (up going), a name to be connected with the notion of rising light expressed in Luke. I, 78 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Epiphany     Epiphany …

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  • 4Epiphany — E*piph a*ny, n. [F. [ e]piphanie, L. epiphania, Gr. epifa nia (sc. ?), for epifa neia appearance, fr. epifai nein to show forth; epi + fai nein to show. See {Fancy}.] 1. An appearance, or a becoming manifest. [1913 Webster] Whom but just before… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 5epiphany — ► NOUN (pl. epiphanies) 1) (Epiphany) the manifestation of Christ to the Magi (Gospel of Matthew, chapter 2). 2) (Epiphany) the festival commemorating this, on 6 January. 3) a moment of sudden and great revelation. DERIVATIVES epiphanic …

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  • 6Epiphany — hat folgende Bedeutungen: englische Übersetzung für Epiphanie (Erscheinung einer Gottheit bzw. Moment der Erleuchtung) davon abgeleitet der Webbrowser Epiphany (Browser) Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheid …

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  • 7Epiphany — es un navegador web libre para el entorno gráfico GNOME. Epiphany utiliza el motor de renderizado Gecko de Mozilla. Sustituye al anterior navegador oficial por defecto, Galeon, para conseguir mejorar las especificaciones del proyecto del diseño… …

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  • 8epiphany — early 14c., festival of the manifestation of Christ to the gentiles (celebrated Jan. 6; usually with a capital E ), from O.Fr. epiphanie, from L.L. epiphania, neuter plural (taken as feminine singular), from late Gk. epiphaneia manifestation,… …

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  • 9Epiphany — [ē pif′ə nē, ipif′ə nē] n. pl. Epiphanies [ME & OFr epiphanie < LL(Ec) epiphania < Gr(Ec) epiphaneia, appearance < epiphainein, to show forth, manifest < epi , upon + phainein, to show: see FANTASY] 1. [e ] an appearance or… …

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  • 10Epiphany — Pour l album de T Pain, voir Epiphany (album).  Pour l’article homophone, voir Épiphanie. Epiphany …

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  • 11Epiphany — Эту страницу предлагается переименовать в Web (веб браузер). Пояснение причин и обсуждение  на странице Википедия:К переименованию/2 апреля 2012. Возможно, её текущее название не соответствует нормам современного русского языка и/или… …

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  • 12epiphany — epiphanic /ep euh fan ik/, epiphanous, adj. /i pif euh nee/, n., pl. epiphanies. 1. (cap.) a Christian festival, observed on January 6, commemorating the manifestation of Christ to the gentiles in the persons of the Magi; Twelfth day. 2. an… …

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  • 13Epiphany — The word means a manifestation or ‘revelation’ and is similar to ‘theophany’ or revelation of the divine. There are several instances of this in the OT, notably God s revelation to Moses at the Burning Bush (Exod. 3:2). For Christians the supreme …

    Dictionary of the Bible

  • 14Epiphany — UK [ɪˈpɪfənɪ] / US noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms Epiphany : singular Epiphany plural Epiphanies 6th January, celebrated by Christians as the day that the baby Jesus Christ was visited by three kings or wise men, according to the Bible …

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  • 15epiphany — UK [ɪˈpɪfənɪ] / US noun [countable] Word forms epiphany : singular epiphany plural epiphanies literary a moment when you suddenly realize or understand something important …

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  • 16epiphany — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. appearance, manifestation; disclosure. See imagination. II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) (VOCABULARY WORD) n. a great revelatory experience or insight; an illumination of a truth. I experienced a great… …

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  • 17Epiphany — [[t]ɪpɪ̱fəni[/t]] N UNCOUNT Epiphany is a Christian festival on the 6th of January which celebrates the arrival of the wise men who came to see Jesus Christ soon after he was born …

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  • 18epiphany — [ɪ pɪf(ə)ni, ɛ ] noun (plural epiphanies) 1》 (Epiphany) the manifestation of Christ to the Gentiles as represented by the Magi (see Matthew 2: 1 12).     ↘the festival commemorating this on 6 January. 2》 a moment of sudden and great revelation.… …

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  • 19epiphany — n. 1. Manifestation, appearance (especially that of Christ by the star which guided the Magi to Bethlehem). 2. (Eccl.) Festival of the Epiphany, 6th of January …

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  • 20epiphany — n 1. incarnation, theophany, Hindu Myth. avatar; (all esp. of a deity) appearance, manifestation, revelation, apparition, embodiment, materialization. 2.Literature. perception, insight, inspiration, Fr. apercu; recognition, cognizance,… …

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