prayerful

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{s} dindar
ibadetkar
{s} ibadet eden
{s} dini bütün
zahit
{s} dualı
prayerfullyduaprayerfulness ibadetkarlık
prayer
{i} dua

Dualarım gerçekleşti. - My prayers were answered.

Onun bedenine dua edildi. - A prayer was said over his body.

prayer
namaz
prayer
{i} rica
prayer
yakarı
prayer
dua okuma
prayer
yakarış
prayer
namazı
prayer
ibadet
prayer
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.

prayer
ibadet eden kimse
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yalvarma
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temenni
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prayer rug seccade
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prayer wheel dua yazılı kâğıtların sarıldığ
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niyaz
prayer
prayer meeting dua meclisi
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prayer beads tespih
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prayer book dua kitabı
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dua edilen şey
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istida
prayer
{i} duacı
prayerfully
duayla
prayerfully
dini bütün bir şekilde
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
That prays frequently; devout
Given to prayer; praying much or often; devotional
{s} religious, reverent; devout, pious, observant; begging, supplicant, appealing
disposed to pray or appearing to pray
prayer
The specific words or methods used for praying

Christians recite the Lord's Prayer.

prayer
A practice of communicating with one's God

Through prayer I ask for God's blessings.

prayer
One who prays

Yep, Grandpa is a real prayer all right.

prayer
{n} a petition, request, entreaty
Prayer
salat
prayer
The act of praying
prayer
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
prayer
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
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
prayer
One who prays; a supplicant
prayer
a fixed text used in praying
prayer
Talking to God
prayer
the relief sought by the plaintiff in the lawsuit as stated in his pleading to the court
prayer
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
prayer
salah
prayer
{i} orison
prayer
A practice of communicating with ones God
prayer
Communication with the Infinite
prayer
reverent petition to a deity
prayer
{i} petition or entreaty to god, application to God expressed in words or thoughts; one who prays, one who appeals to God
prayer
someone who prays to God
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
prayer
Ath'anla mirenglish | adronato
prayer
The ability to sense when, and for whom or what, to pray
prayer
A meeting held for the express purpose of praying
prayer
a fixed text used in praying reverent petition to a deity someone who prays to God
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
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
(of a petition) a request at the end of a petition, usually that a certain course of action be taken or not taken
prayer
Good for a person's health
prayer
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
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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
Click to check definition an attempt to contact God usually through words
prayer
A request; a petition
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
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You can refer to a strong hope that you have as your prayer. This drug could be the answer to our prayers
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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
prayer
earnest or urgent request; "an entreaty to stop the fighting"; "an appeal for help"; "an appeal to the public to keep calm"
prayerfully
In a prayerful manner
prayerfully
devoutly, through prayer, reverently, piously
prayerful

    Расстановка переносов

    prayer·ful

    Турецкое произношение

    preyırfıl

    Произношение

    /ˈprāərfəl/ /ˈpreɪɜrfəl/

    Слово дня

    retrograde
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