prophet

listen to the pronunciation of prophet
İngilizce - Türkçe
peygamber

Evet, benim de peygamberle bir ilişkim var. - Yes, I also have a relationship with the prophet.

Hiç kimse kendi ülkesinde bir peygamber değildir. - No man is a prophet in his own country.

hazreti muhammed
tanrı elçisi
(isim) peygamber, resul, kâhin
kahin
nebiye
kahin/savunucu/peygamber
bilhassa Allah için söz söyleyen kimse
prophetesskadın peygamber
nebi
siyer
nebevi
nebie
peygamberi
yalvaç

Kitap getirmiş peygamber, elçi, resul.

enbiya
kâhin
savacı
prophet abraham
ibrahim peygamber
Prophet Jesus
(Din) Hazreti İsa peygamber
Prophet Muhammad
(Din) Hazreti Muhammed peygamber
prophet of doom
hep kötülük kehanetlerinde bulunan kimse
prophet harun
harun peygamber
Jesus
{i} Hazreti İsa

Eğer İngilizce Hazreti İsa için yeterince iyi olsa, benim için yeterince iyi olur. - If English was good enough for Jesus Christ, it's good enough for me.

Sevgili kardeşlerim, Hazreti İsa yükseldi! Sevgi nefret üzerinde zafer kazandı, hayat ölümü ele geçirdi, ışık karanlığı dağıttı. - Dear Brothers and Sisters, Jesus Christ is risen! Love has triumphed over hatred, life has conquered death, light has dispelled the darkness!

prophetic
kehanet gibi
prophetic
kâhince
weather prophet
meteoroloji uzmanı
prophets
peygamberler

Peygamberler yüzyıllar boyunca dünyanın sonunu önceden tahmin etmiştir. - Prophets have been forecasting the end of the world for centuries.

the Prophet
Hz. Muhammed

Hz. Muhammed 632'de Medine'de vefat etti. - The prophet Muhammad died in Medina in 632.

being a prophet
nübüvvet
false prophet
sahte peygamber
last prophet
son peygamber
Jesus
isa peygamber
Jesus
{ü} Allah Allah!
prophetic
gelecek olayları doğru bilen
prophetic
kehanetle ilgili
prophetical
kehanetle ilgili
prophethood
peygamberlik
A prophet
(isim) Ishak
A prophet
(isim) Hızır
Jesus
{i} İsa peygamber
Jesus
{i} Hz. İsa

Hz. İsa bir sosyalistti. - Jesus was a socialist.

Hz. İsa Beytüllahim'de doğdu. - Jesus was born in Bethlehem.

Jesus
{i} İsa

Ne Musevi, ne de musevi olmayan, ne köle ne de özgür vardır, ne erkek ne de dişi vardır, zira Mesih İsa'da hepiniz birsiniz. - There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.

İsa, Galilee Denizi boyunca geçerken, Simon ve kardeşi Andrew'in göle bir ağ attıklarını gördü. - As Jesus passed along the Sea of Galilee, he saw Simon and his brother Andrew casting a net into the lake.

prophetic
kehanette bulunmayla ilgili
prophetic
{s} peygambere özgü
prophetic
peygamberlik kabilinden
prophetic
{s} peygamberce
prophetic
gelecek için isabetli peygambere veya kehanete ait
prophetic
{s} isabetli (tahmin)
prophetic
{s} gelecekten haber veren (söz/yazı)
prophetic
prophetically isabetli olarak
prophetic
kehanetle
prophetic
kehanet gibi/peygamberce
prophetical
{s} peygamberce
prophetical
kâhince
prophetical
kehanet gibi
prophetically
geleceğe yönelik olarak
prophets
enbiya
İngilizce - İngilizce
Jesus
Muhammad (used with The)
any of the prophets mentioned in the Bible, especially an author of one of the Prophets
Someone who predicts the future; a soothsayer
Someone who speaks by divine inspiration
A mantis
{n} a man who foretels future events, a divine teacher
One inspired or instructed by God to speak in his name, or announce future events, as, Moses, Elijah, etc
One who receives inspiration, information, or insights into the future from a divine source
From the Greek meaning "one who speaks for another " In the Hebrew and Christian tradition it is one who speaks with the authority of God In a secondary meaning, it is one who speaks about the future with authority
an authoritative person who divines the future
The person who tells the future In Christianity, a prophet cannot predict the future through his own ability or enhanced powers God reveals it to him in a vision or dream A true prophet must be 100% accurate all the time The only exception is a "conditional" prophecy Where the prophet clearly states that IF "X" is done then event "Y" will happen (See psychic)
A person chosen by Allah to instruct people as to the will of Allah The Muslim prophets are the same as Christian and Hebrew prophets and include Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad
Prophetic Tradition: from the Greek, "one who speaks for someone else;" refers primarily to the Hebrew literary tradition of the prophetic figures who were called by God to "remind" Israel of the expectations of the covenant The prophets addressed the behavior of individual kings as well as the social fabric of Israel as a whole
   Greek, "one who speaks out " A prophet, called by God to speak the truth no matter what the cost, was one of the main participants in classical Israelite religion The prophet was charged with the role of delivering God's message to the rulers, whether religious or political, and, as a result, many prophets were unpopular with the kings and priests Prophets did not specialize in predicting the future, but rather analyzing the present and announcing the consequences of current behavior Most prophets spoke in a very memorable poetic form, delivering their statement orally in the streets or sanctuaries; only later were these written down, and still later put in some sort of order
Head priest
an authoritative person who divines the future someone who speaks by divine inspiration; someone who is an interpreter of the will of God
one who utters divinely inspired revelations
An interpreter; a spokesman
A prophet is a person who is believed to be chosen by God to say the things that God wants to tell people. the sacred name of the Holy Prophet of Islam
One who prophesies, or foretells events; a predicter; a foreteller
A prophet is a person who has received a specific and personal call from God to be a means of communicating God's word This word may be dealing with the future or it may be shedding light on a current or past situation There are true and false prophets A true prophet's words will come true (2 Peter 1: 20-21 and Deuteronomy 13: 1-5) Prophecy in the Church today must be consistent with the Scriptures and tested by the community and its leaders
A prophet is someone who predicts that something will happen in the future. I promised myself I'd defy all the prophets of doom and battle back to fitness. Person who speaks by divine inspiration, revealing or interpreting the will of a god. Prophets have appeared in many religions throughout history. The most familiar in the West are such Old Testament leaders as Moses, Isaiah, and Daniel, along with the Prophet Muhammad. In contrast to the diviner or interpreter of omens (see divination), who may answer private questions, prophets often address the destiny and moral life of a whole people. Some prophets seek to create a new society that will realize their message and thus found new religions. Others may look only to reform or purify an existing society and religion. The tone of prophecy ranges widely, from ecstasy, inspired utterance, and ethical fervor to passionate social criticism, prediction of the future, and expectation of apocalypse. Companions of the Prophet Prophet's Mosque Prophet The
in the Anthropology of Religion, "a religious practitioner who receives his authority by some prophetic call and proclaims revitalization and change of society without being accountable to any religious bureaucracy" (Van Rheenen 1996a, 150)
A human spokesperson for God in Western religions, allegedly chosen and enabled by God to declare and make known his revelation to human beings, which revelation typically involves (in part at least) some divine moral expectation that needs to be heeded to get in right relationship with God
A prophet is a religious functionary set aside or specially appointed by (a) god for a number of religious and political tasks
A person inspired by God to speak for him A person inspired by God to speak for him
One who speaks for God giving His message to others
one who foretells the future or interprets divine will, as in: Jeremiah is a prophet named in the Bible who was persecuted for his beliefs
a person who brings a message or warning
A person who proclaims a message from God For example, Moses was a prophet
(Heb nabi, from a root meaning "to bubble forth, as from a fountain," hence "to utter", comp Ps 45: 1) This Hebrew word is the first and the most generally used for a prophet In the time of Samuel another word, ro'eh, "seer", began to be used (1 Sam 9: 9) It occurs seven times in reference to Samuel Afterwards another word, hozeh, "seer" (2 Sam 24: 11), was employed In 1 Ch 29: 29 all these three words are used: "Samuel the seer (ro'eh), Nathan the prophet (nabi'), Gad the seer" (hozeh) In Josh 13: 22 Balaam is called (Heb ) a kosem "diviner," a word used only of a false prophet
A person who proclaims a message from God The term usually refers to certain men in the Old Testament, but the New Testament speaks of prophets in the early church John the Baptist is also called a prophet
{i} one who predicts the future, seer; forecaster, foreteller
A person chosen by God to teach people about the will of Allah Sometimes providing both evidence of miracles and revelation of commandments
someone who speaks by divine inspiration; someone who is an interpreter of the will of God
Prophet's Mosque
House of worship built on the site of Muhammad's house in Medina, considered one of the three holiest places of Islam. It was originally a simple brick structure surrounding an enclosed courtyard where people gathered to hear Muhammad. Muhammad later built roofed galleries to shelter his visitors, and in 628 a pulpit was added to raise him above the crowd. In 706 Caliph al-Wald I pulled down the original building and built a mosque on the site, which contains Muhammad's tomb. The mosque served as the model for later Islamic architecture
Prophets
a division of the Old Testament, comprising the books of Joshua, Judges, Samuel, Kings, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and the Twelve
piss-prophet
One who diagnosed diseases by inspecting urine
a prophet
seer
prophetic
{a} foretelling events
prophetical
{a} foretelling events
prophetically
{a} in the manner of a prophesy
A prophet
prophesier
Companions of the Prophet
Arabic Sahaba or Ashab Followers of Muhammad who had personal contact with him, including any Muslim contemporary who saw him. As eyewitnesses, they are the most important sources of Hadth. Sunnite Muslims regard the first four caliphs (among the 10 Companions to whom Muhammad promised paradise) as the most important. Shite Muslims disregard the Companions, whom they consider responsible for the loss of the caliphate by the family of Al
Dark Prophet
prophet of doom
The Prophet
poetic work written by Kahlil Gibran in 1923
The Prophet
orig. Tenskwatawa born March 1768, Old Chillicothe, Ohio died 1834, Argentine, Kan., U.S. North American Indian leader. The brother of Tecumseh, he maintained a strong following among the Shawnee on the strength of his 1805 declaration that he had received a message from the "Master of Life" and had contact with the supernatural. Advocating a return to traditional ways of life, he rejected the white man's introduction of alcohol, textile clothing, and individual ownership of property, and he worked with Tecumseh for an Indian confederacy to resist U.S. encroachment on Indian land. In Tecumseh's absence he allowed the Shawnee to be drawn into and defeated at the Battle of Tippecanoe (1811)
false prophet
prophet who does not tell the truth
prophetic
{s} fatidic
prophetic
Oracular
prophetic
{s} fatidical
prophetic
foretelling events as if by supernatural intervention; "prophetic writings"; "prophetic powers"; "words that proved prophetic"
prophetic
prophetical
prophetic
of, or relating to a prophecy or a prophet
prophetic
predicted, as by a prophecy
prophetic
If something was prophetic, it described or suggested something that did actually happen later. This ominous warning soon proved prophetic. correctly saying what will happen in the future
prophetic
foretelling events as if by supernatural intervention; "prophetic writings"; "prophetic powers"; "words that proved prophetic
prophetic
{s} of prophecy, of prediction; predicting, forecasting
prophetic
Containing, or pertaining to, prophecy; foretelling events; as, prophetic writings; prophetic dreams; used with of before the thing foretold
prophetical
{s} of prophecy, of prediction; predicting, forecasting
prophetical
Containing, or pertaining to, prophecy; foretelling events; as, prophetic writings; prophetic dreams; used with of before the thing foretold
prophetical
like a prophet, or related to the things a prophet says or does
prophetically
in a prophetic manner; "he prophetically anticipated the disaster
prophetically
in prophetic manner
prophetically
As a prophecy
prophetically
in a prophetic manner; "he prophetically anticipated the disaster"
prophetically
In a prophetical manner; by way of prediction
prophetically
In a prophetic manner
prophets
plural of prophet
prophets
the second of three divisions of the Hebrew Scriptures
the prophet Ezekiel
one of the Biblical prophets
the prophet Isaiah
one of the Biblical prophets
the prophet Jeremiah
one of the Biblical prophets
Türkçe - İngilizce
prophet