hades

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(Osmanlı Dönemi) (Hads) Sür'atle idrak etmek. Zan ve tahmin eylemek. Fikrini, re'yini bildirmek. Bir sözün mâna ve mefhumunda, bir hususun vaz' ve üslubunda başka tarz tasavvur eylemek. (Bak: Hads
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In the Septuagint Bible, the Greek translation of Sheol
: the underworld, the domain of Hades, by transference from its god
Hell
: The god of the underworld and ruler of the dead, son of Cronus and Rhea, brother to Zeus, Poseidon
The god of the underworld and ruler of the dead, son of Cronus and Rhea, brother to Zeus, Poseidon; alternatively, the underworld, the domain of Hades, by transference from its god
{i} kingdom of Hades, the underworld; god of the underworld, Pluto (Greek Mythology); abode of the dead (New Testament)
In Greek mythology, Hades was a place under the earth where people went after they died. = the underworld. the land of the dead in the stories of ancient Greece = hell. Greek god of the underworld. He was also known as Pluto; his Roman equivalent was Dis. Hades was the son of the Titans Rhea and Cronus and the brother of Zeus and Poseidon. His queen was Persephone, the daughter of Demeter, whom he kidnapped from earth and carried off to the underworld. Stern and pitiless, unmoved by prayer or sacrifice, he presided over the trial and punishment of the wicked after death. His name was also sometimes used to designate the dwelling place of the dead, and it later became a synonym for Hell
One of the twelve Olympians Ruler of the Underworld Husband of Persephone
Hades (pr hay-dees) was the Greek god of the underworld, and came to refer to the place where the souls of the dead were said to dwell It is in this sense equivalent to the Hebrew term sheol It is usually a neutral term, as opposed to describing a place of punishment, and thus is not quite equivalent to the English term "Hell"
{i} hell, place of punishment where the wicked go after death
New Testament term for the Hebrew “sheol,” which is the abode of the conscious dead It is apparently a place (Acts 2: 31) In Revelation it is referred to as a creature on a horse (Rev 6: 8) In Rev 1: 18, it says that Christ holds the keys to death and Hades
(Greek mythology) the god of the underworld in ancient mythology; brother of Zeus and husband of Persephone
"The lower world; the residence of departed spirits; the place where the dead live Among the ancients the idea of Hades was not synonymous with our Hell, many of the most respectable men of antiquity residing there in a very comfortable kind of way Indeed, the Elysian Fields themselves were a part of Hades, though they have since been removed to Paris" [DD] Go to Hell for additional information
The nether world (according to classical mythology, the abode of the shades, ruled over by Hades or Pluto); the invisible world; the grave
"High-Activity Disposal Experimental Site", underground laboratory in a deep clay layer under the SCK·CEN nuclear research centre, Mol, Belgium
(religion) the world of the dead; "he didn't want to go to hell when he died"
The Greek term for the Underworld, abode of the dead, named for Zeus's brother Hades, god of the nether regions In the Septuagint Bible, it is used to translate Sheol, the Hebrew word for the gloomy subterranean place where all the dead, good and evil alike, were eternally housed (Gen 42: 38; 1 Sam 2: 6; Job 7: 9; Ps 6: 5; Prov 27: 20; Eccles 9: 10; Isa 38: 18; etc ) In the New Testament, Hades is also the usual term for the Underworld, although Gehenna (often translated "hell") is cited as the place of punishment (Matt 5: 22, 29, 30; 16: 18; Mark 9: 43, 45, 47; Luke 12: 5; Acts 2: 31; Rev 1: 18, 20: 14; etc )
The Greek word used in the New Testament to refer to the world of the dead Literally, in Greek it means 'Not seen', hence, the unseen world
New Testament term for the Hebrew "sheol," which is the abode of the conscious dead It is apparently a place (Acts 2: 31) In Revelation it is referred to as a creature on a horse (Rev 6: 8) In Rev 1: 18, it says that Christ holds the keys to death and Hades
God of the underworld
underworld
hades

    Silbentrennung

    Ha·des

    Türkische aussprache

    heydiz

    Aussprache

    /ˈhādēz/ /ˈheɪdiːz/

    Etymologie

    [ hA-(")dEz ] (noun.) From Ancient Greek ᾍδης (Hadēs).

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