prayer

listen to the pronunciation of prayer
İngilizce - Türkçe
dua

Her toplantının bir dua ile başlaması gerektiğini söyledi. - He said each meeting should begin with a prayer.

Dualarım gerçekleşti. - My prayers were answered.

{i} rica
dua okuma
yakarış
yakarı
{i} ibadet
prayer beads tespih
{i} duacı
istida
prayer rug seccade
{i} yalvarma
temenni
dua edilen şey
{i} dilekçe

Malcom birçok resmi dilekçede onun adını görmekten usandığı için Tom'u öldürdü. - Malcom killed Tom because he was tired of seeing his name in lots of prayers.

niyaz
prayer wheel dua yazılı kâğıtların sarıldığ
{i} namaz
prayer meeting dua meclisi
{i} ibadet eden kimse
prayer book dua kitabı
namazı
prayer beads
tespih
prayer book
dua kitabı
prayer meeting
dua meclisi
prayer rug
seccade

Anneannemin yeşil bir seccadesi vardı. - My grandmother had a green prayer rug.

Genelde camilerde seccade bulunur. - At the mosques, prayer rugs are generally found.

prayer rug
namazlık
prayer wheel
dua çarkı
prayer leader
imam
prayer mat
dua mat
prayer times
(Teoloji, Tanrıbilim) namaz vakitleri
prayer performed at a funeral
cenaze namazı
prayer place
ibadet mekanı
prayer rug
namazla
prayer time
namaz vakti
private prayer
sessiz dua
private prayer
içinden edilen dua
perform prayer
namaz kılmak
prayerful
{s} dindar
perform five time prayer
beş vakit namaz kılmak
perform morning prayer
sabah namazı kılmak
rain prayer
yağmur duası
asr prayer
(Din) İkindi namazı
call to the prayer
ezan
friday prayer
(Din) Cuma namazı
have a prayer
(deyim) (Olumsuz cümle yapısıyla) Hiç şansı olmamak
jewish prayer of silent devotion
sessiz bağlılığın jewish dua
lord's prayer
lordun dua
lord's prayer
(Din) İsa Aleyhisselamın havarilerine öğrettiği dua
morning prayer
sabah duası
not have a prayer
(deyim) (Olumsuz cümle yapısıyla) Hiç şansı olmamak
offer prayer
Namaz kılmak
prayers
dualar

Tüm dualar işe yaramaz. - All prayers are useless.

Bazen dualarımıza onların olmasını istediğimiz şekilde cevap verilmez. - Sometimes our prayers aren't answered the way we want them to be.

the lord's prayer
(Din) İsa Aleyhisselamın havarilerine öğrettiği dua
the lords prayer
isanın öğrettiği dua
the prayer
dua
zuhur prayer
(Din) Öğle namazı
Prayers
(isim) Abidin
dominical prayer
hristiyanların asıl duası
ejaculatory prayer
hızlı ve coşkulu dua
five time prayer
beş vakit namaz
indulgenced prayer
günahları affettiren dua
prayerful
{s} ibadet eden
prayerful
dualı
prayerful
dini bütün
prayerful
ibadetkar
prayerful
zahit
prayerful
prayerfullyduaprayerfulness ibadetkarlık
prayerfully
duayla
prayerfully
dini bütün bir şekilde
prayers
ibadet
prayers
(isim)maz, ibadet
prayers
namaz
sounds of prayer calls
ezan sesleri
sounds of the call to prayer
ezan sesleri
the Lord's Prayer
İsa'nın öğrettiği dua
İngilizce - İngilizce
The specific words or methods used for praying

Christians recite the Lord's Prayer.

A request; a petition

This, your honor, is my prayer; that all here be set free.

A meeting held for the express purpose of praying

Grandpa never misses a chance to go to prayer.

A practice of communicating with one's God

Through prayer I ask for God's blessings.

The act of praying

In many cultures, prayer involves singing.

One who prays

Yep, Grandpa is a real prayer all right.

{n} a petition, request, entreaty
Communication with the Infinite
The raising of the mind and heart to God in adoration, thanksgiving, reparation and petition Prayer, which is always mental because it involves thought and love of God, may be vocal, meditative, private and personal, social, and official The official prayer of the Church as a worshipping community is called the liturgy
A prayer is the words a person says when they speak to God. They should take a little time and say a prayer for the people on both sides
A practice of communicating with ones God
The act of addressing supplication to a divinity, especially to the true God; the offering of adoration, confession, supplication, and thanksgiving to the Supreme Being; as, public prayer; secret prayer
the relief sought by the plaintiff in the lawsuit as stated in his pleading to the court
The act of praying, or of asking a favor; earnest request or entreaty; hence, a petition or memorial addressed to a court or a legislative body
a fixed text used in praying
Talking to God
{i} petition or entreaty to god, application to God expressed in words or thoughts; one who prays, one who appeals to God
One who prays; a supplicant
reverent petition to a deity
earnest or urgent request; "an entreaty to stop the fighting"; "an appeal for help"; "an appeal to the public to keep calm"
Prayer is talking with God Click here to learn more about prayer
Prayer is the activity of speaking to God. They had joined a religious order and dedicated their lives to prayer and good works The night was spent in prayer
(of a petition) a request at the end of a petition, usually that a certain course of action be taken or not taken
You can refer to a strong hope that you have as your prayer. This drug could be the answer to our prayers
The ability to sense when, and for whom or what, to pray
Ath'anla mirenglish | adronato
a fixed text used in praying reverent petition to a deity someone who prays to God
the act of communicating with a deity (especially as a petition or in adoration or contrition or thanksgiving); "the priest sank to his knees in prayer"
A short religious service at which people gather to pray can be referred to as prayers. He promised that the boy would be back at school in time for evening prayers. Silent or spoken petition made to God or a god. Prayer has been practiced in all religions throughout history. Its characteristic postures (bowing the head, kneeling, prostration) and position of the hands (raised, outstretched, clasped) signify an attitude of submission and devotion. Prayer may involve confessions of sin, requests, thanks, praise, offerings of sacrifice, or promises of future acts of devotion. In addition to spontaneous private prayer, most religions have fixed formulas of prayer (e.g., the Lord's Prayer), often recited in group worship. The four prophetic religions (Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Zoroastrianism) prescribe a daily set form of individual prayer, such as the Shema, to be recited twice a day by every male Jew, and the Islamic salat, performed five times a day. Book of Common Prayer Lord's Prayer prayer wheel
True Prayer is acknowledging, affirming, and acting according to the true nature of Being It is communion with God and realization of the Divine Presence
Good for a person's health
The form of words used in praying; a formula of supplication; an expressed petition; especially, a supplication addressed to God; as, a written or extemporaneous prayer; to repeat one's prayers
Up until now, you've probably thought of prayer as a private conversation between yourself and God But it can be much more than that It is also communication between God and the Church as a whole Even though we are only a small representative sample of God's Church, public prayer is a way that we can join in the prayers of others, and the prayers of our community as a whole One of the special functions of the ordained minister is to express these prayers in public worship, on behalf of the people We join our thoughts with the prayers expressed by the minister, and we pray with him or her silently
Click to check definition an attempt to contact God usually through words
someone who prays to God
The act of attempting to verbally communicate with the supernatural It is found in almost all the religions of the world It is sometimes communal, as during a church service; it is sometimes done in private Its purpose within Christianity is to assess the will of God for one's life, to praise God, to give thanks to God, to repent of sinful behavior, to ask forgiveness, to seek a favor from God, and (occasionally) to ask God to curse an opponent Prayer is found in almost all religions
salat
{i} orison
salah
Prayer of Manasseh
A book of the Apocrypha of the Bible
prayer beads
A string of beads used by members of various religions to count prayers, chants or devotions
prayer book
A book containing religious prayers
prayer book
The Book of Common Prayer
prayer book
A small holystone
prayer books
plural form of prayer book
prayer mat
A small rug on which Muslims kneel to pray
prayer mats
plural form of prayer mat
prayer rope
A loop made up of complex knots used by members of the Eastern Orthodox and Eastern Catholic churches to count the number of times they have prayed the Jesus Prayer
prayer rug
A prayer mat
prayer rugs
plural form of prayer rug
prayer beads
A string of beads for keeping count of the prayers one is saying
prayer beads
beads used in counting prayers (especially Catholic rosary)
prayer book
book containing liturgical prayers, devotional book
prayer book
a short way of referring to the Book of Common Prayer, the worship book of the Episcopal Church containing services, psalms, prayers, etc
prayer book
a book containing prayers
prayer book
Short for the Book of Common Prayer
prayer book
A book containing a sequence of connected prayers for every holy ritual and Church festivals
prayer book
A prayer book is a book which contains the prayers which are used in church or at home. another name for the Book of Common Prayer. a book containing prayers that is used in some Christian church services
prayer book
A shorter and the most common way of referring to the Book of Common Prayer
prayer for rain
request for rain made in the form of a prayer
prayer mat
'prayer rug a small cloth on which Muslims kneel when praying
prayer meeting
A prayer meeting is a religious meeting where people say prayers to God. An evangelical service, especially one held on a weekday evening, in which the laypersons participate by singing, praying, or testifying their faith
prayer meeting
a service at which people sing hymns and pray together
prayer of azariah and song of the three children
an Apocryphal book consisting of text added to the Book of Daniel
prayer rug
a small rug used by Muslims during their devotions
prayer rug
A rug with a representation of mosque or arched prayer area Columns may be shown supporting the arch with a lamp hanging from the arch's apex
prayer rug
A directional rug with a representation of a mihrab (prayer niche) The faithful Moslem would turn the rug towards Mecca, kneel in the mihrab and pray
prayer rug
A rug with representation of a mihrab or prayer niche Columns may be shown supporting the arch and a lamp may be shown hanging from the apex of the arch A double prayer rug is one showing a niche at either end as a mirror image See "saph "
prayer rug
A small rug used by Muslims to kneel and prostrate themselves upon during devotions
prayer shawl
(Judaism) a shawl with a ritually knotted fringe at each corner; worn by Jews at morning prayer
prayer shawl
Tallit, cloth worn by Jewish men during morning prayers
prayer wheel
n. A cylinder containing or inscribed with prayers or litanies that is revolved on its axis in devotions, especially by Tibetan Buddhists. a drum-shaped object with prayers on it or inside it, which Tibetan Buddhists turn on a pole as a way of praying. In Tibetan Buddhism, a mechanical device used as an equivalent to the recitation of a mantra. The prayer wheel consists of a hollow metal cylinder, often beautifully embossed, mounted on a rod and containing a consecrated paper bearing a mantra. Each turn of the wheel by hand is considered equivalent to orally reciting the prayer. Variants to the handheld prayer wheel are large cylinders that can be set in motion by hand or attached to windmills or waterwheels and thus kept in continuous motion
prayer wheel
wheel inscribed with prayers that is used mainly by Tibetan Buddhists
prayer wheel
a cylinder with prayers written on it; each revolution counts as uttering the prayers; used especially by Buddhists in Tibet
prayer-fillet
tefillin for the head
Book of Common Prayer
The book containing the liturgy of the Church of England; compiled by Thomas Cranmer in 1549 following the Act of Uniformity
Jesus Prayer
A particular, brief prayer, in any of its various variants

... The old monk tells him that the one prayer acceptable to God at all times, and 'desired' by God, is the Jesus Prayer—'Lord Jesus Christ, have mercy on me.'....

Lord's Prayer
The prayer taught by Jesus Christ to his disciples in the Sermon on the Mount
call to prayer
A public proclamation made five times a day in Muslim societies, broadcast from the mosques, to mark out the ordained occasions for worship
on a wing and a prayer
Describing a situation in which only a partially functioning system is preventing disaster, but the people involved are hoping for the best
have a prayer
(deyim) (Used in negative form) Have no chance

With an injured ankle, he doesn't have a prayer of winning the race.

lord's prayer
(Din) The prayer taught by Christ to his disciples, beginning with ‘Our Father’
lord's prayer
(Din) The Lord's Prayer, also known as the Our Father or Pater noster is probably the best-known prayer in Christianity. On Easter Sunday 2007 it was estimated that 2 billion Protestant, Catholic, and Eastern Orthodox Christians read, recited, or sang the short prayer in hundreds of languages in houses of worship of all shapes and sizes. Although many theological differences and various modes and manners of worship divide Christians, according to Fuller Seminary professor Clayton Schmit "there is a sense of solidarity in knowing that Christians around the globe are praying together…, and these words always unite us."
not have a prayer
(deyim) Have no chance

With an injured ankle, he doesn't have a prayer of winning the race.

the lord's prayer
(Din) The prayer taught by Christ to his disciples, beginning with ‘Our Father’
the lord's prayer
(Din) The Lord's Prayer, also known as the Our Father or Pater noster is probably the best-known prayer in Christianity. On Easter Sunday 2007 it was estimated that 2 billion Protestant, Catholic, and Eastern Orthodox Christians read, recited, or sang the short prayer in hundreds of languages in houses of worship of all shapes and sizes. Although many theological differences and various modes and manners of worship divide Christians, according to Fuller Seminary professor Clayton Schmit "there is a sense of solidarity in knowing that Christians around the globe are praying together…, and these words always unite us."
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Prayer is talking with God Click here to learn more about prayer
-prayer
The raising of the mind and heart to God in adoration, thanksgiving, reparation and petition Prayer, which is always mental because it involves thought and love of God, may be vocal, meditative, private and personal, social, and official The official prayer of the Church as a worshipping community is called the liturgy
-prayer
reverent petition to a deity
-prayer
the act of communicating with a deity (especially as a petition or in adoration or contrition or thanksgiving); "the priest sank to his knees in prayer"
-prayer
someone who prays to God
-prayer
The act of attempting to verbally communicate with the supernatural It is found in almost all the religions of the world It is sometimes communal, as during a church service; it is sometimes done in private Its purpose within Christianity is to assess the will of God for one's life, to praise God, to give thanks to God, to repent of sinful behavior, to ask forgiveness, to seek a favor from God, and (occasionally) to ask God to curse an opponent Prayer is found in almost all religions
-prayer
True Prayer is acknowledging, affirming, and acting according to the true nature of Being It is communion with God and realization of the Divine Presence
-prayer
Up until now, you've probably thought of prayer as a private conversation between yourself and God But it can be much more than that It is also communication between God and the Church as a whole Even though we are only a small representative sample of God's Church, public prayer is a way that we can join in the prayers of others, and the prayers of our community as a whole One of the special functions of the ordained minister is to express these prayers in public worship, on behalf of the people We join our thoughts with the prayers expressed by the minister, and we pray with him or her silently
-prayer
the relief sought by the plaintiff in the lawsuit as stated in his pleading to the court
-prayer
entreaty: earnest or urgent request; "an entreaty to stop the fighting"; "an appeal for help"; "an appeal to the public to keep calm"
-prayer
a fixed text used in praying
-prayer
(of a petition) a request at the end of a petition, usually that a certain course of action be taken or not taken
-prayer
Click to check definition an attempt to contact God usually through words
-prayer
Good for a person's health
-prayer
Communication with the Infinite
-prayer
Ath'anla mirenglish | adronato
-prayer
The ability to sense when, and for whom or what, to pray
-prayer
Talking to God
A prayer
bead
A prayer
orison
Arvith Prayer
evening prayer recited daily by religious Jews
Book of Common Prayer
The book of services and prayers used in the Anglican Church. a book used in Church of England and Episcopal churches, which contains the words spoken by the priest and by the people in church at weekly services and at weddings, funerals etc. Liturgical book used by the churches of the Anglican Communion. First authorized for the Church of England in 1549, it went through several versions; the 1662 revision has remained the standard (with minor changes) throughout the Commonwealth of Nations. The Church of England and the Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S. adopted a liturgy in contemporary language in the 1970s
Lord's Prayer
The Lord's Prayer is a Christian prayer that was originally taught by Jesus Christ to his followers. The prayer taught by Jesus to his disciples. Also called Our Father. the Lord's Prayer the most important prayer of the Christian religion. Prayer taught by Jesus to his disciples and used by all Christians as the basic prayer in common worship. It appears in two forms in the New Testament: a shorter version in Luke 11: 2-4, and a longer version, part of the Sermon on the Mount, in Matthew 6: 9-13. In both contexts it is offered as a model of how to pray. It is sometimes called the Pater Noster (Latin: "Our Father") for its first two words
Lord's prayer
{i} Our Father, most important Christian prayer which Jesus taught his followers (the prayer begins with the words "Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name")
Morning Prayer
a morning church service in the Church of England and the Episcopal Church in the US = matins
National Day of Prayer
Protestant holiday observed nationally for prayer for the nation and corporate repentance for sin (USA)
afternoon prayer
prayers said in the afternoon hours
bidding prayer
The prayer before the sermon, with petitions for various specified classes of persons
bidding prayer
The prayer for the souls of benefactors, said before the sermon
book of common prayer
the Anglican service book of the Church of England; has had several revisions since the Reformation and is widely admired for the dignity and beauty of its language
confessional prayer
prayer during which one professes his transgressions and seeks forgiveness
evening prayer
prayers which are recited in the evening
evening prayer
(Anglican Church) a daily evening service with prayers prescribed in the Book of Common Prayer
house of prayer
place of worship: any building where congregations gather for prayer
journey prayer
prayer that is said before departing on a long or dangerous journey
leader in prayer
one who begins prayer services for a congregation, one who announces which prayers will be said (or hymns sung, etc.)
led the prayer
was the leader in a religious prayer service, guided others in prayer
lord's prayer
the prayer that Christ gave his disciples in the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 6: 9-13)
memorial prayer
prayer said to honor the memory of a person or event
morning prayer
first prayer of the day, prayers said at the start of each day
penitential prayer
prayer said to seek forgiveness for one's sins
prayerful
disposed to pray or appearing to pray
prayerful
That prays frequently; devout
prayerful
Given to prayer; praying much or often; devotional
prayerful
{s} religious, reverent; devout, pious, observant; begging, supplicant, appealing
prayerfully
In a prayerful manner
prayerfully
devoutly, through prayer, reverently, piously
prayers
Namaz
prayers
plural of prayer
prayers
A careful reading of the Universal Worship manual shows that, in the Universal Worship service at least, the words Saum, Salat, and Khatum are never referred to as the "titles" of these prayers, but more like labels for a particular stage of process It may therefore be somewhat incorrect to refer to "the prayer Saum," and we definitely risk offending Muslims by saying "the Prayer Salat "
prayers
Read by the Speaker at the beginning of each day's sitting
the Lord's Prayer
prayer which Jesus taught the disciples (begins with the words: "Our Father who art in heaven...")
prayer