holy

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} kutsal

Ruhun kimin üzerine inip durduğunu görürsen, Kutsal Ruh'la vaftiz eden odur. - The man on whom you see the Spirit come down and remain is he who will baptize with the Holy Spirit.

Kutsal Kuran bize, Allah'a inançlı olmayı ve her zaman doğru konuşmayı emreder. - As the Holy Koran tells us, Be conscious of God and speak always the truth.

kudsi
mukaddes
Holy Father Papa
Holy Grail Grail Holy LHnd Mukaddes Diyar
holy of holies Musevi tapınaının en iç kısmı
{i} kutsal yer
(isim) kutsal yer
kutsi
{s} tanrı'nın görevlendirdiği
{s} tanrı'ya ait
kutsal olan herhangi bir yer
{s} mübarek
Holy Spirit Ruhulkudüs
{s} tapılası
{s} tanrısal
kutlu
holiness
{i} kutsallık
holy quran
Kutsal Kur'an-ı Kerîm
Holy Spirit
kutsal ruh

Ruhun kimin üzerine inip durduğunu görürsen, Kutsal Ruh'la vaftiz eden odur. - The man on whom you see the Spirit come down and remain is he who will baptize with the Holy Spirit.

holy grail
kutsal kap
holy grail
İsa'nın son yemeğini yediği kâse
holy grail
filistin
Holy Spirit
ruhülkudüs
holy cow!
(deyim) şaşkınlık belirteci: vay anasını!
holy crap
vay
holy spirit
ruhul kudüs
holy spirit
ruhul-kudüs
Holy Koran
Kuran-ı Kerim
Holy Land
Filistin
Holy Water
zemzem
holy city
kutsal şehir
holy land
kutsal diyar
holy of holies
musevi mabedinin en iç kısmı
holy orders
takdis merasimi
holy thursday
kutsal perşembe
holy water
takdis olunmuş su
holy week
paskalyadan önceki hafta
Holy Basil
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Hint fesleğeni
Holy Communion
(Din) Hıristiyan kilisesine mahsus Aşai Rabbani ayını, Komünyon, şarap ve ekmek yeme ayını
Holy Roman Empire
Kutsal Roma İmparatorluğu
Holy Scriptures
(Din) Kitab-ı Mukaddes, Kutsal Metinler
holy alliance
Kutsal ittifak
holy bible
Kitabı Mukaddes, kutsal kitap, Eski ve Yeni Ahit
holy cow
Vay anasına! Aman Allahım!
holy crap
Şaşkınlık ve hayret anında kullanılan argo ifade
holy crap
Vay Canına! Yok Artık! E Pes vallahi!
holy cross
Kutsal hac
holy crow
kutsal karga
holy ghost
kutsal ruh
holy joe
kutsal joe
holy laugh
kutsal gülmek
holy law
dini kurallar
holy law
kutsal yasa
holy league
kutsal lig
holy ma
kutsal ma
holy moley
kutsal moley
holy moly
kutsal moly
holy night
Kutsal gece, kandil gecesi
holy nights
kutsal gece
holy roller
kutsal silindir
holy rood
kutsal kilise
holy sepulchre
kutsal gömüt
holy shit
(Argo) ha şıktır
holy shit
(Argo) Kahrolası! Kahrolsun!
holy shit
Şaşkınlık ve hayret anında kullanılan argo ifade
holy site
kutsal yer
holy smoke
kutsal duman
holy synod
Kutsal kavuşum
holy trinity
(Din) Teslis, hristiyan inancında "baba,oğul ve kutsal ruh
holy week
paskalya öncesi hafta
holy writ
Kutsal Kitap

Benim kitabım tüm mühendisler için kutsal kitap oldu. - My book became the Holy writ for all those engineers.

Holy City
kudüs

Kudüs, Yahudilerin kutsal kentidir. - Jerusalem is the Holy City of the jews.

Holy Communion
aşai rabbani ayini
Holy Communion
komünyon
Holy Ghost
ruhülkudüs
Holy Office
engizisyon
Holy Scripture
Kitabı Mukaddes
Holy Writ
İncil
holy alliance
kutsal bağlaşma
holy birth week
kutlu doğum haftası
holy cow
hay allah
holy cow
aman tanrım
holy day
kutsal gün
holy dooley!
(Argo) hadi ya! inanmıyorum!
holy father
papa
holy night
kandil (gecesi)
holy oak
pırnal
holy orders
papazlık
holy scripture
kutsal kitap
holy spring of orthodox greeks
ayazma
holy terror
arsız çocuk
holy terror
yaramaz çocuk
holy terror
dehşet saçan kimse
holy treasures
kutsal hazineler
holy virgin
meryemana
holy virgin
hazreti meryem
holy war
gaza
communion holy
aşai rabbani ayini
holiness
oynama
holiness
saadetli
holiness
mukaddeslik
Holi
holin
father, son, and holy spirit
baba-oğul-kutsal ruh
making the name of god holy
adını verme tanrı kutsal
the doctors of the holy law
ulema
when hens make holy water
zaman tavukları kutsal su yapmak
Holy see
(Hukuk) Papalık
clerk in holy orders
papaz
clerk in holy orders
rahip
holiness
{i} kutluluk
holiness
His Holiness Mukaddes Peder Papa Cenapları
holiness
kutsiyet
holy grail
ısa'nın son yemeğini yediği kâse
oh, holy night
(Bilgisayar) ne muhteşem bir gece
the Holy Ghost
Kutsal Ruh
the Holy Land
Hrist. (İsrail ve Ürdün'deki) Kutsal Topraklar
the Holy See
papalık
the holy of holies
en kutsal yer
Türkisch - Türkisch
Englisch - Englisch
Used as an intensifier in various interjections

Holy cow, I can’t believe he actually lost the race!.

Revered in a religion
Set apart or dedicated for a specific purpose, or for use by a single entity or person
Dedicated to a religious purpose or a god
Separated or set apart from (something unto something or someone else)
Perfect or flawless
A thing that is extremely holy; used almost exclusively in Holy of Holies

The holy of holies, a cubical space of ten cubits on the side, was separated from the larger antechamber by four columns, which were also covered with gold and stood upon silver sockets; they bore a second curtain of four colors.

{n} a kind of evergreen tree or shrub
{a} pure, pious, religious, devout, sacred
Set apart to the service or worship of God; hallowed; sacred; reserved from profane or common use; holy vessels; a holy priesthood
sacred or pure, as in: The people refused to build there because they considered it holy ground
{s} sacred, consecrated; divine; devoted to the service of God or religion; saintly, godly
(hoh-lee) Perfect; pure; separate; given to God's service Above all else, God is holy Everything associated with God is holy Psalm 29: 2 Isaiah 29: 23 2 Corinthians 1: 12 Return
Separated or set apart from something unto something or someone else
{i} sacred place, sanctuary; saintly person; something sacred
Aina
Belonging to or coming from God
a sacred place of pilgrimage
a ) Distinct; b ) Set apart; c ) Righteous
A spell which comes from the deepest core of the Planet It's designed to destroy invading attackers (kind of like white blood cells) but is very volatile and unpredictable It can also be blocked by a powerful evil force like Jenova
refers to the majesty and purity of God; persons and things may be called holy in so far as they participate in the holiness of God
An intensifier in an interjection
If you describe something as holy, you mean that it is considered to be special because it is connected with God or a particular religion. To them, as to all Tibetans, this is a holy place
The word 'holy' signifies being set apart for a religious or divine use or purpose (e g a holy building is used for religious purposes; a holy man devotes his time to religious service and work)
A holy person is a religious leader or someone who leads a religious life. see also holier-than-thou. Holy Communion Holy Grail Holy Island Holy Alliance Holy League Holy of Holies Holy Roman Empire Holy Spirit Holy Ghost Holy Synod holy war Trinity Holy Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity
To be perfect or flawless
Special to God
The word holy has two meanings: (1) Intrinsically holy Only God is intrinsically holy (2) A mundane object or person who is set aside for a holy purpose In this sense, Christians are holy (saints), as are material objects that are dedicated to religious use
(holiness) To set apart for God; to belong to God; to be pure See Chapter 4
belonging to or derived from or associated with a divine power
A thing that is extremely holy; used almost exclusively in the context of the phrase "holy of holies"
Spiritually whole or sound; of unimpaired innocence and virtue; free from sinful affections; pure in heart; godly; pious; irreproachable; guiltless; acceptable to God
To be revered according to a religion
good
Holy Alliance
Coalition of Russia, Austria and Prussia created in 1815
Holy Book
The Bible
Holy Bread
The consecrated bread used in the eucharist
Holy Communion
A Christian sacrament commemorating the Last Supper of Christ
Holy Father
The title of the Pope of the Catholic Church
Holy Father
The God in various Christian religions
Holy Ghost
One of the three figures of the Holy Trinity, the others being the Father (God) and the Son (Jesus), known as the Spirit of God
Holy Grail
A distant, all-but-unobtainable ultimate goal of a person or organization
Holy Grail
A difficult or near-impossible goal that would prove to be a major benefit (example: "nanotechnology is the holy grail of medicine")
Holy Grail
An artifact in Christian mythology, being the cup used by Christ at the Last Supper and in which some of his blood was caught during the crucifixion
Holy Land
That part of Asia, consisting mostly of Israel and Palestine, in which most Biblical events are set
Holy Mother
expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration
Holy Mother of God
expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration
Holy Roller
A member of any Christian church characterized by ecstatic behaviour; especially of the Pentecostal Church

I attended a worship service where I was astounded to see holy rollers convulsing on the floor and speaking in tongues.

Holy Roller
A devoutly religious Christian person

She's such a holy roller that she steers every conversation around to the joys of religion.

Holy Rollers
plural form of Holy Roller
Holy Roman Empire
A political conglomeration of lands in Central Europe from at least 962 CE until 1806
Holy Saturday
The Saturday immediately after Good Friday and before Easter
Holy See
The episcopal jurisdiction of the Bishop of Rome, commonly known as the Pope. It is the preeminent see of the Catholic Church. It is also the sovereign entity headed by the Pope which governs the Vatican and represents the Catholic Church in temporal affairs
Holy Spirit
One of the three parts of the Holy Trinity, the others being the Father (God) and the Son (Jesus). Has superceded the term Holy Ghost in many Christian denominations
Holy Thursday
Maundy Thursday, the Thursday before Easter
Holy Wednesday
The Wednesday of Holy Week; the day before Maundy Thursday
Holy Week
The week preceding Easter containing Palm Sunday, Spy Wednesday, Holy Thursday and Good Friday
Holy Writ
The sacred writings of the Christian religion
Holy Writ
The sacred writings of any religion
Holy Writ
The Bible
Holy of Holies
The most sacred place within a sacred building

The holy of holies, a cubical space of ten cubits on the side, was separated from the larger antechamber by four columns, which were also covered with gold and stood upon silver sockets; they bore a second curtain of four colors.

Holy of Holies
One's private retreat or sanctum
holy Moses
expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration
holy Toledo
An exclamation of surprise or astonishment
holy cow
An exclamation of surprise or astonishment
holy crap
An expression of amazement: holy cow, holy shit
holy crap on a cracker
Emphatic form of holy crap

Holy crap on a cracker! That paint job would cost three or four thousand dollars in the city, exclaimed John loudly.

holy cross
A cross as a Christian symbol of the crucifixion of Christ
holy fuck
Expression of terror, awe, surprise, shock, etc., often at something seen for the first time or remembered immediately before using this term

Will cash my lucky stars on the bank. Holy Fuck — it sags. It cracks..

holy guacamole
An exclamation said when surprised, used when in shock or disbelief

Holy guacamole, that's a big fish!.

holy hour
the hour that pubs formerly had to shut in the late afternoon to comply with licencing laws
holy hour
the hour of fasting and prayer before communion is to be taken
holy kamoley
Variant form of holy moley
holy kamoly
Alternative spelling of holy kamoley
holy mackerel
An expression of surprise
holy moley
An expression of surprise
holy moly
Alternative spelling of holy moley
holy of holies
Alternative spelling of Holy of Holies
holy shit
Expression of terror, awe, surprise, shock, etc., often at something seen for the first time or remembered immediately before using this term

'Holy shit, that car just exploded!''.

holy smoke
An expression of surprise
holy war
A war that is entirely, primarily, or ostensibly religious in motivation; a war over religion
holy war
A flame war that is considered to resemble a war over religion, in that the strength of emotion is not proportional to the magnitude of the disagreement
holy wars
plural form of holy war
holy water
In certain Christian churches, water that has been sanctified by a priest or bishop for the purpose of baptism or for the blessing of persons, places, or things

In a parallel way, when you came up from the font and its holy waters, you received chrismation and the mark with which Christ was chrismated.

holy waters
plural form of holy water
Holy Trinity
In Christian doctrine, the unity of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit as one God in three persons. The word Trinity does not appear in the Bible. It is a doctrine formulated in the early church to interpret the way God revealed himself, first to Israel, then in Jesus as Saviour, and finally as Holy Spirit, preserver of the church. The doctrine of the Trinity developed in the early centuries of the church and was explicitly stated at the Council of Nicaea in 325
Holy Basil
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Indian basil, Ocimum sanctum, regarded by Hindus as sacred to Vishnu
Holy Communion
(Din) The Eucharist (also known as Holy Communion, the Lord's Supper, among other names) is a rite or act of worship that most Christians perform in order to fulfill the instruction that they believe Jesus gave his disciples, at his last meal with them before being turned over to his executioners, to do "in remembrance of him" certain actions that he did at that meal
holy cow
"Holy cow!" is an exclamation of surprise used in American English. Its source is uncertain. It is widely believed to have stemmed from the Hindu belief of reincarnation. Travelers commonly shout the expression as to not hit one of these "reincarnated creatures" while driving. Others derive the origins back to the story from Exodus of the golden calf or the "Holy Cow"
holy crow
See: holy cow
holy fool
(Din) One who acts intentionally or unintentionally foolish in the eyes of men. He or she often goes around half-naked, is homeless, speaks in riddles, is believed to be clairvoyant and a prophet, and may occasionally be disruptive and challenging to the point of seeming immoral (though always to make a point)
holy moley
(Or 'holy moly') An exclamation indicating surprise, indignation, etc
holy moly
(Or 'holy moley') An exclamation indicating surprise, indignation, etc
holy shit
An expression of profanity
holy shit
Shit is a vulgar word in Modern English denoting feces (faeces). It is a native English word, but Latin terms for many common objects and bodily functions came to be seen as more distinguished than native words, and thereafter feces became the accepted English noun, to defecate became the accepted English verb, and shit was no longer used in polite company
holy smoke
(deyim) Used to express surprise. What a sight! Holy cow! Wow!

Holy smoke, he was weird! He had purple hair!.

Holy Alliance
Loose organization of most of the European sovereigns, formed in 1815 by Alexander I of Russia, Francis I of Austria, and Frederick William III of Prussia, after the final defeat of Napoleon. Its avowed purpose was to promote the influence of Christian principles in the affairs of nations, but it accomplished little and became a symbol of conservatism and repression in central and eastern Europe. See also Congress of Laibach
Holy Ark
chest that represented the presence of God and which was carried by the Israelites during their desert wanderings and later placed in the temple; repository for the Torah scrolls in a synagogue
Holy Bible
Holy Scriptures of Judaism, Old Testament; sacred book of Christianity, Old and New Testaments
Holy Bible
the holy book of the Christian religion = the Bible
Holy City
Jerusalem
Holy Communion
Holy Communion is the most important religious service in the Christian church, in which people share bread and wine as a symbol of the Last Supper and the death of Christ. The sacrament of the Eucharist received by a congregation. the Christian ceremony in which people eat bread and drink wine as signs of Christ's body and blood = Communion
Holy Communion
Christian ceremony commemorating the last supper of Jesus and his disciples
Holy Community
entire Jewish community, Jewish people as a whole; Jewish community in the Diaspora, Jewish people in foreign lands
Holy Covenant
agreement between God and the Jewish people in which God promises to make them a great nation in return for obeying his laws
Holy Cross
A peak, 4,271.5 m (14,005 ft) high, in the Sawatch Range of the Rocky Mountains in west-central Colorado
Holy Family
the Holy Family Jesus, his mother Mary, and her husband Joseph
Holy Father
In the Catholic Church, the Holy Father is the Pope. Used as a title and form of address for the pope. used when speaking to or about the Pope
Holy Fire
Eternal Flame, flame or light continually kept burning over the ark in a synagogue
Holy Ghost
The Holy Ghost is the same as the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit. the Holy Ghost God in the form of a spirit according to the Christian religion = Holy Spirit
Holy Ghost
third person of the Trinity, Holy Spirit (Christianity)
Holy Innocents' Day
December 28, observed in commemoration of the slaughter of male infants in Bethlehem during Herod the Great's attempt to kill the infant Jesus
Holy Joe
chaplain, clergyman (Military Slang)
Holy Land
Biblical name for the Land of Israel
Holy Land
The biblical region of Palestine. the Holy Land the parts of the Middle East where most of the events mentioned in the Bible happened
Holy League
(1576-98) Association of Roman Catholics during the French Wars of Religion. It was first organized under the leadership of the 3rd duke de Guise, to oppose concessions granted to the Protestant Huguenots by Henry III. In 1584, when the Huguenot leader Henry of Navarra (later Henry IV) became heir to the throne, the Holy League set up an alternative candidate, with Spain's assistance. To put an end to the league, which challenged his authority, Henry III had the duke de Guise assassinated (1588), an act that, rather than destroying the League, led to Henry's own assassination in 1589. The league opposed the accession of Henry IV, but its power waned when he became a Roman Catholic in 1593
Holy Loch
a narrow area of the Atlantic Ocean reaching into the land on the west coast of Scotland, northwest of Glasgow. The US Navy formerly had a base there for its nuclear submarines
Holy Mother
Holy Virgin, Saint Maria, Virgin Mary, Mother of Jesus
Holy Office
A Roman congregation of the Curia that deals with protection of the faith and morals
Holy Office
worship, practicing religion
Holy One
God, The Creator
Holy People
Jewish people, people of the Book
Holy Roller
Used as a disparaging term for a member of any of various religious denominations in which spiritual fervor is expressed by shouts and violent body movements
Holy Roman Empire
A loosely federated European political entity that began with the papal coronation of the German king Otto I as the first emperor in 962 and lasted until Francis II's renunciation of the title at the instigation of Napoleon in 1806. The empire was troubled by papal-secular squabbles over authority and after the 13th century by the rising ambitions of nationalistic states. By 1273 the empire consisted primarily of the Hapsburg domains in Austria and Spain. a group of European states which included parts of France, Germany, Austria, and Italy, and which were ruled by an emperor. It was established by Charlemagne in 800, and continued until 1806. For most of the period from the 13th century to the 19th century, its ruling family were the Hapsburgs. German Heiliges Römisches Reich Realm of varying extent in medieval and modern western and central Europe. Traditionally believed to have been established by Charlemagne, who was crowned emperor by Pope Leo III in 800, the empire lasted until the renunciation of the imperial title by Francis II in 1806. The reign of the German Otto I (the Great), who greatly enlarged the empire and revived the imperial title after Carolingian decline, is sometimes regarded as the beginning of the empire. The name Holy Roman Empire (not adopted until the reign of Frederick I Barbarossa) reflected Charlemagne's claim that his empire was the successor of the Roman Empire and that this temporal power was augmented by his status as God's principal vicar in the temporal realm (parallel to the pope's in the spiritual realm). The empire's core consisted of Germany, Austria, Bohemia, and Moravia. Switzerland, the Netherlands, and northern Italy sometimes formed part of it; France, Poland, Hungary, and Denmark were initially included, and Britain and Spain were nominal components. From the mid-11th century the emperors engaged in a great struggle with the papacy for dominance, and, particularly under the powerful Hohenstaufen dynasty (1138-1254), they fought with the popes over control of Italy. Rudolf I became the first Habsburg emperor in 1273, and from 1438 the Habsburg dynasty held the throne permanently. Until 1356 the emperor was chosen by the German princes; thereafter he was formally elected by the electors. Outside their personal hereditary domains, emperors shared power with the imperial diet. During the Reformation the German princes largely defected to the Protestant camp, opposing the Catholic emperor, and, after 1562, emperors were no longer crowned by the pope. At the end of the Thirty Years' War, the Peace of Westphalia recognized the individual sovereignty of the empire's states; the empire thereafter became a loose federation of states and the title of emperor principally honorific. In the 18th century, issues of imperial succession resulted in the War of the Austrian Succession and the Seven Years' War. The greatly weakened empire was brought to an end by the victories of Napoleon. See also Guelphs and Ghibellines; Investiture Controversy; Concordat of Worms
Holy Saturday
The Saturday before Easter
Holy Scriptures
Holy Scriptures of Judaism, Old Testament; sacred book of Christianity, Old and New Testaments
Holy See
another name for Vatican City
Holy Shroud
{i} Shroud of Turin, woven cloth that has been kept since the late 1500s in the Turin Cathedral (Italy) that has a faint life-size image of the back and front of a man believed to be the burial cloth of Jesus
Holy Spirit
third person of the Trinity, Holy Ghost (Christianity)
Holy Spirit
In the Christian religion, the Holy Spirit is one of the three aspects of God, together with God the Father and God the Son. = Holy Ghost. The third person of the Trinity. God in the form of a spirit according to the Christian religion = Holy Ghost. or Holy Ghost or Paraclete In Christianity, the third person of the Holy Trinity. Though references to the spirit of Yahweh (God) abound in the Old Testament, Christian teaching about the Holy Spirit is derived mainly from the Gospels. The Holy Spirit descended on Jesus at his baptism, and outpourings of the Spirit are mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles, in which healing, prophecy, exorcism, and speaking in tongues are associated with its activity. The Holy Spirit also came to the disciples during Pentecost. The definition of the Holy Spirit as a divine person equal in substance to the Father and the Son was made at the Council of Constantinople (AD 381)
Holy Synod
The governing body of any of the Eastern Orthodox churches. Ecclesiastical governing body created by Tsar Peter I in 1721 to head the Russian Orthodox Church, replacing the patriarchate of Moscow. Peter created the Synod, made up of representatives of the hierarchy obedient to his will, to subject the church to the state, and appointed a secular official, the chief procurator, to supervise its activities. The Synod persecuted all dissenters and censored publications, and Peter disposed of church property and revenues for state purposes at his own discretion. In 1917 a church council reestablished the patriarchate, but the new Soviet government soon nationalized all church-held lands
Holy Week
week before Easter (Christian holiday)
Holy Week
In the Christian religion, Holy Week is the week before Easter, when Christians remember the events leading up to the death of Christ. The week before Easter. the week before Easter in the Christian church
Holy Writ
Holy Scriptures, Bible; something having unquestionable authority
Holy of Holies
interior sanctuary in the Jewish tabernacle and temple where the Ark of the Covenant was kept (was entered only by the high priest once a year), Holy Place
holy Sabbath
Saturday, seventh day of the week which is set aside as a day of religious rest (Judaism); Sunday, first day of the week which is set aside as a day of religious rest (Christianity)
holy books
collection of holy writings
holy crap
wow! , no kidding! (used to express surprise or amazement)
holy cross
The cross as the symbol of Christ's crucifixion
holy day of obligation
A feast on which the faithful are obliged to hear Mass and abstain from servile work
holy day of obligation
a day when Catholics must attend Mass and refrain from servile work, and Episcopalians must take Communion
holy eucharist
a Christian sacrament commemorating the Last Supper by consecrating bread and wine
holy ghost
the third person in the Trinity; Jesus promised the Apostles that he would send the Holy Spirit after his Crucifixion and Resurrection; it came on Pentecost
holy grail
n Research or build item so important all gameplay efforts are directed toward it
holy grail
(legend) chalice used by Christ at the last supper
holy grail
The item formed from the three Talismans joining This item allows Sailor Moon to perform her double transformation into Super Sailor Moon
holy grail
{i} (Christianity) legendary cup supposedly Christ used during the Last Supper (considered to have supernatural powers)
holy grail
The very powerful item that is used by the Messiah, that can destroy the world The holy grail only appears when the 3 talisman are brought together
holy innocents' day
December 28, commemorating Herod's slaughter of the children of Bethlehem
holy land
an ancient country is southwestern Asia on the east coast of the Mediterranean; a place of pilgrimage for Christianity and Islam and Judaism
holy man
person of exceptional holiness
holy matrimony
institution of marriage
holy of holies
(Judaism) sanctuary comprised of the innermost chamber of the Tabernacle in the temple of Solomon where the Ark of the Covenant was kept
holy of holies
(figurative) something regarded as sacred or inviolable; "every politician fears to touch that holy of holies, the Social Security System"
holy of holies
(The) The innermost apartment of the Jewish temple, in which the ark of the covenant was kept, and into which only the High Priest was allowed to enter, and that but once a year - the day of atonement
holy of holies
A holy of holies is a place that is so sacred that only particular people are allowed to enter; often used in informal English to refer humorously to a place where only a few special people can go. the holy of holies in the Temple. the Aldeburgh Festival, the holy of holies in the contemporary British music scene. Innermost and most sacred area of the ancient Temple of Jerusalem, accessible only to the Israelite high priest and only once a year, on Yom Kippur. The Holy of Holies was located at the western end of the temple. At its entrance stood a small cedar altar overlaid with gold. In the First Temple (see Temple of Jerusalem) the Holy of Holies held the Ark of the Covenant
holy of holies
Inside the Temple of Jerusalem was a room that was so holy that it was entered only one time during the whole year, on Yom Kippur, and only by the High Priest (Cohen Gadol) Inside the Holy of Holies, the High Priest would light a bowl of fragrant incense and pray for forgiveness
holy of holies
(Judaism) sanctuary comprised of the innermost chamber of the Tabernacle in the temple of Solomon where the Ark of the Covenant was kept (figurative) something regarded as sacred or inviolable; "every politician fears to touch that holy of holies, the Social Security System
holy order
(usually plural) the status or rank or office of a Christian clergyman in an ecclesiastical hierarchy; "theologians still disagree over whether `bishop' should or should not be a separate order
holy orders
the sacrament of ordination
holy orders
Someone who is in holy orders is a member of the Christian clergy. He took holy orders in 1935
holy place
sacred place, spiritual place
holy place
a sacred place of pilgrimage
holy places
religiously sacred locations
holy roller
a member of a religion that expresses ecstatic fervor
holy roman emperor
sovereign of the Holy Roman Empire
holy roman empire
the lands ruled by Charlemagne; a continuation of the Roman Empire in Europe
holy saturday
the Saturday before Easter; the last day of Lent
holy see
A see is the area or diocese ruled by a bishop The Holy See is the diocese of the pope as bishop of Rome Homily - A short instruction or reflection which opens up the meaning of the scriptures and its application to the Christian life
holy see
The court, office, or jurisdiction of the pope
holy see
the diocese of the Bishop of Rome; commonly used to denote the authority and jurisdiction of the papacy
holy see
the smallest sovereign state in the world; the see of the Pope (as the Bishop of Rome); home of the Pope and the central administration of the Roman Catholic Church; achieved independence from Italy in 1929
holy sepulcher
the sepulcher in which Christ's body lay between burial and resurrection
holy site
place where an event of religious significance occurred, place venerated as or as if sacred
holy spirit
the Third Person of the Blessed Trinity who proceeds from the Father and the Son and is equal to Them as He is the same Lord and God as They are He is referred to as "The Love of God personified"
holy spirit
the third person in the Trinity; Jesus promised the Apostles that he would send the Holy Spirit after his Crucifixion and Resurrection; it came on Pentecost
holy spirit
(hoh-lee spihr-it) Third person of the Trinity The Bible speaks of God's Holy Spirit as the one who saves us and lives inside us Jesus told his disciples he would send the Holy Spirit to guide and teach all Christians Psalm 51: 11 John 14: 26 Romans 15: 16 Return horn (horn) • Point at the corners of an altar The blood of the offering was smeared on these horns Exodus 27: 2 • The horn of a ram Exodus 19: 13 • A wind instrument made from a ram's horn Psalm 81: 3 • A flask or cup made from a ram's horn 1 Samuel 16: 1,13 • A symbol of power 2 Samuel 22: 3 Return
holy spirit
(sometimes termed the "holy ghost") In Judaism, the presence of God as evidenced in the speech of the prophets and other divine manifestations; in Christianity, understood more generally as the active, guiding presence of God in the church and its members
holy spirit
The third person of the Trinity His main task is to reveal Jesus and the work of the Cross to us He is known as the comforter, teacher, and guide He was the source of creativity and life (Genesis_2: 7) The Holy Spirit presided over the creation of the world and over our new birth The Holy Spirit is a person (not a force), in perfect union with Jesus and God - the third person of the Trinity He is our link with God and Jesus He is God's presence with us and within us - our guide, our teacher, our comforter - our source of spiritual life Christian maturity is the progressive submission of every part of our life to the Holy Spirit's direction (See Baptism and the Holy Spirit above)
holy spirit
Biblical reference; The spirit of God/Lord wyp
holy spirit
One of the three forms of God The Holy Spirit came down to the disciples at Pentecost and to Jesus at his baptism Often shown as a dove
holy spirit
the Third Person of the Trinity Who is metaphorically described in the Course as God's Answer to the separation; the Communication Link between God and His separated Sons, bridging the gap between the Mind of Christ and our split mind; the memory of God and His Son we took with us into our dream; the One Who sees our illusions (perception), leading us through them to the truth (knowledge); the Voice for God Who speaks for Him and for our real Self, reminding us of the Identity we forgot; also referred to as Bridge, Comforter, Guide, Mediator, Teacher, and Translator
holy spirit
One of the three persons of the Holy Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) He is God and Christians believe that He comes to dwell in every believer
holy spirit
The Holy Spirit is the Source of Awareness in the universe There is only one Holy Spirit and one Awareness It is the Holy Spirit who brings all things to our remembrance
holy spirit
The third person of the Trinity; sent by God after Jesus Christ's ressurection to guide the faith of Christians
holy spirit
According to the Old Testament, the Holy Spirit, sent by God, is the divine principle of activity in the world For Christians the Holy Spirit is part of the Trinity, which is three aspects of God, consisting of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit Able to bestow gifts on individuals, especially the gift of prophecy, the Holy Spirit aided in the conception of Jesus (Matt 1: 18-20); descended to Jesus at his baptism (Matt 3: 16; Mark 1: 10; John 1: 32); and came down to Mary and the apostles at Pentecost and enabled them to speak in foreign languages (Acts 2)
holy war
An endless debate often carried on over newsgroup message threads Such debates usually center on fundamental issues of faith for which there is no chance of resolution For example: Can the starship Enterprise go faster than warp 10? Yes it can No it can't Yes it can, and so on
holy war
War authorized by God and led by him; Old Testament holy war called for the complete slaughter of the enemy and the dedication of all spoils to God See Divine warrior See Chapter 6
holy war
war that is commanded by one's religion, sacred war
holy war
A war declared or fought for a religious or high moral purpose, as to extend or defend a religion. a war that is fought to defend the beliefs of a religion crusade, jihad jihad. Any war fought by divine command or for a primarily religious purpose. The concept is found in the Bible (e.g., the Book of Joshua) and has played a role in many religions. The Crusades are Europe's best-known example. In Islam, the concept is called jihad. Wars in which religion plays a secondary or exacerbating role are not generally called holy wars
holy water
Water blessed by a priest and used for religious purposes. water that has been blessed by a priest
holy water
water that has been blessed by a priest for use in symbolic purification
holy water
water blessed by a priest
holy week
the week before Easter
holy year
(Roman Catholic Church) a period of remission from sin (usually granted every 25 years)
Holi
A Hindu festival, held in the spring, in which people throw coloured powders at each other during noisy street celebrations
Holiness
Used in connection with His or Your to address to the pope
Song of the Three Holy Children
A book of the Apocrypha
holier
Comparative form of holy: more holy.; more sacred
holier
Comparative form of holey: more holey.; more full of holes
holiest
Superlative form of holy.; most sacred
holiest
Superlative form of holey.; most full of holes
holiness
The state or condition of being holy
holiness
sanctity
the Holy Trinity
three manifestations of God according to Christianity (the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost)
holiness
{n} piety, religion, care, the pope's title
Holi
Hindu spring festival. It is held on the full-moon day of Phalguna (February-March) and celebrated with reckless abandon. All distinctions of caste, age, sex, and status are disregarded. Participants throw coloured powders on each other, and street celebrations are noisy and riotous. The festival is especially associated with the worship of Krishna, and it is considered an imitation of his play with the wives and daughters of the cowherds
Holiness
halidom
Islamic holy places
sites deemed sacred by the Muslims
holi
Hindu festival during which people are playfully doused with brightly colored powders
holi
A lively and colourful festival celebrated on the last day of the month of Phalgun to welcome the onset of spring
holi
A popular and traditional Indian festival of celebrating the arrival of spring with colours
holi
Hindu festival of colours
holier
more sacred
holier
more full of holes
holiest
most sacred
holiest
most full of holes
holiness
{i} sacredness, divinity, quality of being holy
holiness
(hoh-lee-ness) Perfection; purity; complete separation from everything else Genesis 2: 3 Psalm 1O3: 1 Ephesians 1: 4 Return
holiness
Holiness is a reflection of the nature of God In this life it represents people or objects set apart for God's purposes Holiness could be described as a love affair with God This love creates in us a desire to please God, to want to draw near to Him and to grow to be like him Holiness encompasses purity and a deep desire to honour God We grow in holiness through the process of sanctification
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kandil gecesi one of five Islamic holy nights when
the minarets are illuminated: Mevlit, Regaip, Miraç, Berat, Kadir
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