wisdom

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الإنجليزية - التركية
akıl
{i} bilgelik

Bilgelik altın ya da gümüşten daha iyidir. - Wisdom is better than gold or silver.

' Felsefe ' bilgelik sevgisi anlamına gelen Yunanca bir kelimedir. - 'Philosophy' is a Greek word that means the love of wisdom.

{i} irfan
bilgece söz
akıllılık
dirayet
{i} hikmet
akıl dişi
{i} ilim
hikmetler
feraset
wisdom  tooth
yirmi yaş dişi
wisdom tooth
azı dişi
wisdom tooth
yirmi yaş dişi
wisdom teeth
yirmilik dişler

Tom yirmilik dişlerini çektirdi. - Tom had his wisdom teeth removed.

Yirmilik dişler geliyor. - My wisdom teeth are coming in.

wisdom teeth
yirmi yaş dişleri
wisdom tooth
yirmilik diş

Üst sağ yirmilik dişim ağrıyor. - My upper right wisdom tooth hurts.

Yirmilik dişim ağrıyor. - My wisdom tooth hurts.

wisdom tooth
akıldişi, yirmi yaş dişi
wisdom tooth
akıl dişi
conventional wisdom
aklıselim
conventional wisdom
sağduyu
cut one's wisdom tooth
olgunlaşmak
folk wisdom
Özdeyiş
folk wisdom
Halk deyişi
popular wisdom
popüler bilgelik
wisdom teeth
20 yaş dişleri
wisdom tooth
20 yaş dışı
wisdom tooth
yirmilik dışı
words of wisdom
bilgelik dolu sözler
cut one's wisdom teeth
olgunlaşmak
the divine wisdom
hikmet
worldly wisdom
dünya işlerini iyi bilme
worldly wisdom
pişkinlik
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The Wisdom of Solomon,a book of the Old Testament and the Hebrew Tanakh
The ability to know and apply spiritual truths
An element of personal character that enables one to distinguish the wise from the unwise
The ability to apply relevant knowledge in an insightful way, especially to different situations from that in which the knowledge was gained
A piece of wise advice
The ability to make a decision based on the combination of knowledge, experience, and intuitive understanding
The discretionary use of knowledge for the greatest good
How many practices you get when you level For Clerics a high Wisdom gives extra Mana and less chance of failing spells
ability to apply knowledge or experience or understanding or common sense and insight
A virtuous, intelligent mind that makes its primary mind realize its object thoroughly A wisdom is a spiritual path that functions to release our mind from delusions or their imprints An example of wisdom is the correct view of emptiness See Understanding the Mind
accumulated knowledge or erudition or enlightenment
   the tradition of human learning, handed down from teacher to pupil and from parent to child Wisdom relied on seeing recurring patterns in human behavior and in moral consequences of action, and in presenting these in a memorable form, usually a (Atasözü) Wisdom Literature: the collection of wisdom writings in the Bible, consisting of the books of Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Wisdom, and Sirach, and including parts of Job and Psalms as well
The ability to apply spiritual truth to a specific issue in an especially relevant fashion, and to make proper choices in difficult situations, based on sufficient information Acts 6: 3,10, I Corinthians 2: 1-13, I Corinthians 12: 8, James 1: 5, II Peter 3: 15
You can use wisdom to refer to ideas that are accepted by a large number of people. Health education wisdom in the UK differs from that of the United States Unchallenged wisdoms flow swiftly among the middle classes. The conventional wisdom about something is the generally accepted view of it. the conventional wisdom that soccer is a minor sport in America
evaluated understanding
"Wisdom" is the second of the ten sefirot, and the first power of conscious intellect within Creation
The state of being Wise These are the people who seek to sell you inherently underperforming investments, hobbled even further by heavy charges See Independent Financial Adviser, Tied Agent, Endowments and Foolishness
Wisdom is the ability to use your experience and knowledge in order to make sensible decisions or judgments. the patience and wisdom that comes from old age. a great man, who spoke words of great wisdom
the quality of being prudent and sensible
Accumulated knowledge, gained through a combination of academic study and personal experience, that goes beyond knowledge by representing broader, more generalized rules and schemas for understanding a specific domain or domains; wisdom allows you to understand howo apply concepts from one domain to new situations or problems
If you talk about the wisdom of a particular decision or action, you are talking about how sensible it is. Many Lithuanians have expressed doubts about the wisdom of the decision
the highest of Paramita; the virtue of wisdom as the principal means of attaining Nirvana It connotes a knowledge of the illusory character of everything earthly, and destroys error, ignorance, prejudice and heresy
The capacity to convincingly illustrate the mystery of God's Truth in very concrete, practical, and specific ways
is a property with which the wise understand
the trait of utilizing knowledge and experience with common sense and insight the quality of being prudent and sensible ability to apply knowledge or experience or understanding or common sense and insight accumulated knowledge or erudition or enlightenment
an Apocryphal book consisting mainly of a meditation on wisdom; although ascribed to Solomon it was probably written in the first century BC
The quality of being wise; knowledge, and the capacity to make due use of it; knowledge of the best ends and the best means; discernment and judgment; discretion; sagacity; skill; dexterity
Your accumulated wisdom The spell casting stat for priests Also affects your saving throw
Wisdom is the store of knowledge that a society or culture has collected over a long period of time. this church's original Semitic wisdom, religion and faith
The results of wise judgments; scientific or practical truth; acquired knowledge; erudition
Knowledge with information so thoroughly assimilated as to have produced sagacity, judgment, and insight
the highest of Paramitas; the virtue of wisdom as the principal means of attaining Nirvana It connotes a knowledge of the illusory character of everything earthly, and destroys error, ignorance, prejudice and heresy
The ability to use knowledge for a purpose
Gift of The Holy Spirit
{i} knowledge; insight, common sense ; opinion; reason; words of wisdom
The gift of Wisdom is the special ability God gives to certain members of the body of Christ to discover, gather and clarify information and ideas and to be spiritually guided in determining how given knowledge may be best applied to specific needs (see 1 Corinthians 2: 1-13, 1 Corinthians 12: 8, 2 Corinthians 11: 6, Acts 6: 3,10, James 1: 5-6, 2 Peter 3: 15)
the trait of utilizing knowledge and experience with common sense and insight
Knowledge known by human beings and integrated into their nonconscious information systems This definition is different from what we would normally find in a more traditional, philosophical context There we might define "wisdom" as something like "really important knowledge" or "ability to apply knowledge to important affairs of human life"
A personification of the divine attribute of creative intelligence, pictured in the form of a gracious woman (Yahweh's daughter) who mediates between God and humanity (Prov 1: 20-33; 8: 1-31; 9: 1-6; Ecclus 24; etc ) This Hebrew concept of Wisdom merges with the Greek philosophic doctrine of the heavenly Logos in John's Gospel (John 1: 1-18) and Colossians (1-2)
sapience
wiseness
bodhi
Wisdom of Jesus son of Sirach
Ecclesiasticus, a book of the Bible
Wisdom of Solomon
The book of the Old Testament and the Hebrew Tanakh, also known as Wisdom
wisdom teeth
plural form of wisdom tooth
wisdom tooth
One of the four (one upper and one lower on each side) rearmost molars in humans, which typically develop between ages 18-24
wisdom-tooth
Attributive form of wisdom tooth, noun

wisdom-tooth pain.

Wisdom of Solomon
See table at Bible
wisdom literature
The class of ancient Hebrew writings which deal reflectively with general ethical and religious topics, as distinguished from the prophetic and liturgical literature, and from the law
wisdom literature
The "wisdom" (Hokhmah) of these writings consists in detached sage utterances on concrete issues of life, without the effort at philosophical system that appeared in the later Hellenistic reflective writing beginning with Philo Judæus
wisdom literature
It is comprised chiefly in the books of Job, Proverbs, Ecclesiasticus, Ecclesiastes, and Wisdom of Solomon
wisdom literature
(Hokhmah) of these writings consists in detached sage utterances on concrete issues of life, without the effort at philosophical system that appeared in the later Hellenistic reflective writing beginning with Philo Judæus
wisdom literature
The "wisdom"
wisdom of Solomon
wit, extreme intelligence, cleverness
wisdom of solomon
an Apocryphal book consisting mainly of a meditation on wisdom; although ascribed to Solomon it was probably written in the first century BC
wisdom tooth
Your wisdom teeth are the four large teeth at the back of your mouth which usually grow much later than your other teeth. One of four rearmost molars on each side of the upper and lower jaw in humans. Wisdom teeth are the last teeth to erupt, typically in early adulthood. one of the four large teeth at the back of your mouth that do not grow until you are an adult
wisdom tooth
grinding most internal tooth which grows during adolescence and usually has to be removed for the teeth to grow straight
wisdom tooth
any of the last 4 teeth on each side of the upper and lower jaw; the last of the permanent teeth to erupt (between ages 16 and 21)
Word of Wisdom
The health code contained in the Doctrine and Covenants. It specifically prohibits the consumption of alcohol, tobacco, and hot drinks
conventional wisdom
A belief or set of beliefs that is widely accepted, especially one which may be questionable on close examination

So many Americans accept “zero population growth” as a new canon of conventional wisdom that it comes as a surprise to hear the notion disputed.

pearl of wisdom
A succinct, insightful saying, piece of advice, or moral precept

How about this pearl of wisdom after France lost to Scotland again, this time in Paris? He said: You always lose when your opponents score and you don't..

pearls of wisdom
plural form of pearl of wisdom
acquired wisdom
attainment of understanding and judiciousness
conventional wisdom
common sense, basic intelligence
god's wisdom
the omniscience of a divine being
great wisdom
deep understanding, immense knowledge, profound insight
portal of wisdom
gate of knowledge
street wisdom
knowledge gained from experience as opposed to knowledge gained from education
wisdom
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