venerable

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{s} muhterem
{s} saygıdeğer
{s} yaşlı ve saygıdeğer, muhterem
kutsal/saygın
{s} saygı uyandıran; ulu
mübarek
kaplanabilir
mukaddes
kıymetli
venerably saygı uyandıracak şekilde
huşu uyandıran
saygı değer
{s} evladiyelik, çok eski
{s} kutsal
more venerable
Daha saygıdeğer
the venerable
Hrist. Saygıdeğer (başdiyakozun isminden önce kullanılan unvan): the Venerable William Paley Saygıdeğer William Paley
venerability
saygınlık
venerability
saygıdeğerlik
venerability
kutsallık/saygınlık
venerably
kutsal/saygın bir şekilde
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
commanding respect because of age, dignity, character or position
Used as a form of address for an archdeacon in the Anglican Church
worthy of reverence
Used as a form of address in the Eastern Orthodox Church for some saints
Used as a form of address in the Roman Catholic Church for someone in the first stages of sainthood
made sacred especially by religious or historical association
a : calling forth respect through age, character, and attainments; broadly : conveying an impression of aged goodness and benevolence b : impressive by reason of age
ancient, antiquated or archaic
meriting or commanding high esteem
{a} desrving of reverence, respectable
Rendered sacred by religious or other associations; that should be regarded with awe and treated with reverence; as, the venerable walls of a temple or a church
impressive by reason of age; "a venerable sage with white hair and beard"
{s} worthy of honor and esteem (because of age, achievement, or position); deserving reverence and respect (because of historical or religious status)
profoundly honored; "revered holy men"
impressive by reason of age; "a venerable sage with white hair and beard
Something that is venerable is impressive because it is old or important historically. May Day has become a venerable institution
A venerable person deserves respect because they are old and wise. a venerable old man with white hair
Capable of being venerated; worthy of veneration or reverence; deserving of honor and respect; generally implying an advanced age; as, a venerable magistrate; a venerable parent
venerably
{a} in a venerable manner, honorably
Peter the Venerable
born 1092, Montboissier, Auvergne, Arles died Dec. 25, 1156, Cluny, Burgundy French abbot of Cluny (from 1122). He joined Bernard de Clairvaux in supporting Pope Innocent II and weakened the position of the antipope Anacletus II. He befriended Peter Abelard and reconciled him to Bernard and the pope. Peter's reforms restored Cluny to its prominence among the religious establishments of Europe. He also wrote numerous letters and treatises against heresy, the Jews, and the Muslims and commissioned the first Latin translation of the Qurn
the Venerable Bede
an English priest who wrote about early English history. Many people think of him as the first English historian (?673-735)
the Venerable Bede
{i} Bede, Beda, Saint Bede (672-735), English monk who was a theologian and historian (he introduced the method of dating history from the birth of Christ)
venerability
{i} honorableness, state of being worthy of reverence
venerability
The qualities of being venerable; great age, respectability, infirmity, etc
venerability
The quality or state of being venerable; venerableness
venerably
honorably, in a manner deserving of respect
venerable
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