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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} vahiy

Vahiy herkesi çok şaşırttı. - The revelation took everyone by surprise.

Rodriguez, Dünya Kupası vahiylerinden biriydi. - Rodriguez was one of the revelations of the World Cup.

{i} açığa çıkarma

Şiir, bir keşif, bir vahiy ve diyalog için bir davettir. - Poetry is an exploration, a revelation, and an invitation for dialogue.

açığa çıkma
açığa vurma
{i} ilham

O benim için bir ilhamdı. - It was a revelation to me.

{i} belli etme
{i} esin
revelation of mt. sinai
mt vahiy. Sina
religion based on revelation
(Din) vahye dayanan din
{i} cümbüş, âlem
büyük zevk almak

Parti büyük şenlikle sona erdi. - The party ended up with great revelry.

(in ile) -den haz duymak
{f} eğlen

Eğlenenlerin çoğu turist. - Most of the revellers are tourists.

cümbüş yapmak
book of revelation
vahiy kitabı
revelation of
revelation of
Kendi kendine vahiy
reveller cümbüş eden kimse
{f} mest olmak
revel eğlen
{f} in -den zevk almak
{f} cümbüş/âlem yapmak, eğlenmek
alem yapmak
zevk almak
{i} alem
eğlenip oynamak
the Revelation
Yeni ahit'in son kitabı
Englisch - Englisch
A book of the New Testament of the Bible,
The act of revealing or disclosing
Something dramatically disclosed
A manifestation of divine truth
a disclosing, discovering, or making known of what was before secret, private, or unknown
The act of revealing divine truth
{n} a communication of sacred truth
That which is revealed by God to man; esp
Self-disclosure of God to mankind Of two types: General Revelation, and Special Revelation ( SEE: General Revelation, Special Revelation )
the speech act of making something evident
Specifically, the last book of the sacred canon, containing the prophecies of St
the differentiation of pneumatic consciousness
A revelation is a surprising or interesting fact that is made known to people. the seemingly everlasting revelations about his private life
Divine self-disclosure to humans
an enlightening or astonishing disclosure
"apokalyptisis" - "from, away from" + "hide"
That which is revealed
John; the Apocalypse
The book of Revelation, also known as "The Revelation to John" and "St John's Apocalypse," is the primary source of inspiration for Christian prophecy believers The last book and only apocalypse in the New Testament, it was likely written in the last decade of the first century, during a period of great turmoil after the destruction of the second Jewish Temple by the Romans in 70 A D Biblical scholars are skeptical of the historical claim that the Apostle John was its author Millions of Christians have taken the events so vividly described in Revelation as a blueprint for what will happen in the last days as God brings an end to this world But beyond that, many ideas and symbols from Revelation have found a place in the wider culture, including: the Mark of the Beast, represented by the number "666;" the seven seals; the four horsemen of the Apocalypse; the Whore of Babylon; and the battle of Armageddon
the Bible
A divine revelation is a sign or explanation from God about his nature or purpose. Transmission of knowledge from a god or gods to humans. In the Western monotheistic religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, revelation is the basis of religious knowledge. Humans know God and his will because God has chosen to reveal himself to them. He may communicate with his chosen servants through dreams, visions, or physical manifestations and may inspire prophets who relay his message to the people. His will may also be translated directly into writing through the handing down of divine law (e.g., the Ten Commandments) or scripture (e.g., the Bible and the Qurn). Other religions emphasize "cosmic" revelation, in which any and all aspects of the world may reveal the nature of a single underlying divine power (e.g., Brahman in the Vedas)
Words of God given to mankind
A revealing of what was previously unknown Disclosure of God's nature and will
The revelation of something is the act of making it known. following the revelation of his affair with a former secretary
God's self disclosure Generally - in and through His creation (Romans 1: 20) Specifically, through His words and actions as recorded in the Bible His final revelation is in Jesus Christ, His son We are encouraged to pray for wisdom and revelation so that we may know Christ better (Ephesians 1: 17 and 3: 16-19) This knowledge will come to us as the Holy Spirit brings the truth about Jesus to our hearts and minds through God's written Word read and preached, through prayer and Christian fellowship All revelation must be consistent with God's written word, the Bible For this reason our understanding of Scripture and our inner thoughts and feelings must always be tested, as our imaginations are prone to error (1 Thessalonians 5: 21 and 1 John 4: 1) Such testing can include comparing Scripture with Scripture (in context), by the advice and wisdom of other Christians (particularly those more mature than ourselves), and by seeking a common mind and unity in Christian fellowship
From Paul Tillich, revelation is what occurs when God is disclosed in human experience It is the manifestation of the healing, renewal, and power of being-itself taking form in human life
communication of knowledge to man by a divine or supernatural agency
The act of revealing, disclosing, or discovering to others what was before unknown to them
an enlightening or astonishing disclosure the last book of the New Testament; contains visionary descriptions of heaven and of conflicts between good and evil and of the end of the world; attributed to Saint John the apostle communication of knowledge to man by a divine or supernatural agency
A disclosure or communication by the "ultimate reality" to human beings of matters that would not otherwise be known, or not known as clearly and decisively A primary religious concept within Western religions
A message from God
As it applies to this booklet, the belief that the truth in the Bible was revealed by God
Revealed knowledge from God to your spirit
{i} act of showing, act of displaying; disclosure, divulgence; epiphany, sudden realization; divulgence of God's will to humans (Theology)
the last book of the New Testament; contains visionary descriptions of heaven and of conflicts between good and evil and of the end of the world; attributed to Saint John the apostle
the communication of a truth, from God to man, that is not discernable by the unaided human intellect
The disclosure of something not previously known In the case of Biblical revelation, the prophets of the Bible spoke under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit of God, sometimes not even understanding what they were writing (see 1 Peter 1: 10-11, and 2 Peter 1: 20-21)
   Latin, "taking away the veil" (a translation of Greek, apokalypsis) The Book of Revelation in the Bible is an example of the apocalyptic genre (see apocalypse), which explains current happenings by means of a heavenly interpreter so that the reader understands the real importance of what is going on The idea of revelation in theology is that what is revealed either could not have been discovered by unaided human reason or would take the reason too long to discover
What God tells us about himself See Theology
If you say that something you experienced was a revelation, you are saying that it was very surprising or very good. Degas's work had been a revelation to her
revelation of Mt. Sinai
giving of the Torah to Moses and the people of Israel on Mount Sinai
revelation on Mt. Sinai
giving of the Torah to the Jewish people on Mount Sinai (Biblical)
To make merry; to have a gay, lively time

Slowing down doesn't have to feel like holding back. It can be an opportunity to revel in sounds and sensations, to not be so concerned about where we are going but to enjoy the moment and become comfortable where we are.

An instance of merrymaking; a celebration
{n} a loose and noisy feast
{v} to draw back or off, retract
{v} to carouse
Revelation of one's own thoughts, feelings, and attitudes especially without deliberate intent.Disclosure of one's private feelings, thoughts, etc. especially when unintentional
Book of Revelation
or Revelations or Apocalypse of John Last book of the New Testament. It consists of two main parts, the first containing moral admonitions to several Christian churches in Asia Minor, and the second composed of extraordinary visions, allegories, and symbols that have been the subject of varying interpretations throughout history. A popular interpretation is that Revelation deals with a contemporary crisis of faith, possibly the result of Roman persecutions. It exhorts Christians to remain steadfast in their faith and hold firm to the hope that God will ultimately vanquish their enemies. References to "a thousand years" have led some to expect that the final victory over evil will come after the completion of a millennium (see millennialism). Modern scholarship accepts that the book was written not by St. John the Apostle but by various unknown authors in the late 1st century AD. See also apocalypse
the last book of the New Testament of the Bible, in which the story of the end of the world is told. It is thought to have been written by Saint John and is sometimes also called The Book of Revelation or The Apocalypse
To move playfully; to indulge without restraint
A feast with loose and noisy jollity; riotous festivity or merrymaking; a carousal
To feast in a riotous manner; to carouse; to act the bacchanalian; to make merry
take delight in; "he delights in his granddaughter"
{i} merrymaking, joyous celebration, festivity
To draw back; to retract
unrestrained merrymaking celebrate noisily, often indulging in drinking; engage in uproarious festivities; "The members of the wedding party made merry all night"; "Let's whoop it up--the boss is gone!
Revels are noisy celebrations. to spend time dancing, eating, drinking etc, especially at a party revel in to enjoy something very much (reveler , from rebellare; REBEL)
celebrate noisily, often indulging in drinking; engage in uproarious festivities; "The members of the wedding party made merry all night"; "Let's whoop it up--the boss is gone!"
An instance of merry-making; a celebration
{f} delight in, take great pleasure in; celebrate, take part in festivities
rev·el revels revelling revelled in AM, use reveling, reveled1. If you revel in a situation or experience, you enjoy it very much. Revelling in her freedom, she took a hotel room and stayed for several days
unrestrained merrymaking
With capital initial, a misspelling of Revelation (a book of the Bible)
plural of revelation