exorcism

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الإنجليزية - التركية
(cinleri) dualarla defetme
duayla çıkarma
{i} cinleri okuyarak defetme
{i} dua ile defetme
{i} kovma duası
duayla şeytan kovma
exorcist
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exorcist
kötü ruhları kovan kimse
exorcist
{i} cinci hoca

Avrupalılar iblislerin kıtasını temizlemek için bir cinci hoca tuttu. - The Europeans hired an exorcist to cleanse their continent of demons.

exorcist
{i} dua ile ruhları defeden kimse
exorcist
{i} cinci

Avrupalılar iblislerin kıtasını temizlemek için bir cinci hoca tuttu. - The Europeans hired an exorcist to cleanse their continent of demons.

exorcist
duayla şeytan kovan kimse
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
the ritual act of driving out supposed evil spirits from persons, places or things who are possessed by them
{n} the act of exorcising, conjuration
{i} expulsion of an evil spirit, casting out of a demon
freeing from evil spirits
A ritual intended to banish a connection with a being, force, spirit, entity, etc , perceived as being inside a person It is designed to sever the connection between the victim of the "possession" and the undesirable energy inhabiting him or her Compare Adjuration and Banishing
the expulsion or banishing of unwanted forces or entities from a person, place, or thing
Conjuration for raising spirits
Any method whose purported design is to expel from an individual or place: (a) Satan, (b) some other demon, (c) multiple evil spirits, or (d) an offensive ghost (discarnate human) Exorcism may include commanding the alleged offender, attempts at persuasion, rituals, special prayers, spells, or symbolism
The act of exorcising; the driving out of evil spirits from persons or places by conjuration; also, the form of conjuration used
A religious or quasi-religious rite to drive out evil spirits [Also see "Possession" for more info ]
The act or practice of expelling a demon or evil spirit from a person or place (Tob 8: 1-3; Mark 1: 23-27, 32-34; 5: 1-20; Matt 8: 28-34; Acts 19: 13-19; etc )
The act or process of driving off an evil spirit by a solemn oath or magic rite
Exorcism is the removing of evil spirits from a person or place by the use of prayer. The exorcism was broadcast on television. In Christianity, a ceremony used to drive demons out of a person they have possessed. Jesus healed people tormented by evil spirits, casting them out with a word, and his followers later drove out demons "in his name." By the 3rd century this task was assigned to a specially trained class of lower clergy. Rituals for exorcism of people and places also exist in many other traditions
Exorcism is a process that aims to prevent a haunting from continuing It is generally carried out by a member of the clergy, who attempts to 'cast out' bad spirits from a person or place Exorcisms are still performed to this day, but the Anglican church usually insists on a complete analysis of the case beforehand, such as a social worker or doctor's report Poltergeist cases usually do not respond to exorcism
exorcist
A person, especially a priest, who practices exorcism
exorcist
{n} a caster out of evil spirits, a conjurer
exorcisms
plural of exorcism
exorcist
a minor order formerly entailing actual exorcisms; a special rank existing in the Western Church from the early 3rd century onward, to which a Reader may be elevated by the Bishop in a church rite Nowadays, exorcisms are usually performed by an older monastic Priest, and exorcists usually have a catechetical function, casting out the evils of ignorance and false understanding so that the people may battle in a right manner with the Evil One and his teachings
exorcist
One who expels evil spirits by conjuration or exorcism
exorcist
An exorcist is someone who performs exorcisms. someone who tries to make evil spirits leave a place
exorcist
{i} one that expels an evil spirit
exorcist
one the minor orders in the unreformed Western Church but now suppressed in the Roman Catholic Church
exorcist
someone who practices exorcism
exorcist
To expel an evil by a ritualistic ceremony
exorcist
someone who practices exorcism one the minor orders in the unreformed Western Church but now suppressed in the Roman Catholic Church
exorcist
A conjurer who can raise spirits
exorcist
the second of the minor orders of the ministry; the power of exorcising evil spirits was never confined to this order although they assisted in this process, as well as with the pouring out of water at the mass
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