soul

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İngilizce - Türkçe
ruh

Sizce hayvanların ruhu var mıdır? - Do you think animals have souls?

İnsan ruh ve bedenden oluşur. - Man consists of soul and body.

{i} can

O canı gönülden yaptı. - He put all his heart and soul into it.

ta kendisi
içtenlik
zencilerle ilgili
esas
tin
simge
öz

Bireysel özgürlük, demokrasinin ruhudur. - Individual freedom is the soul of democracy.

kimse

Biz yardım etmek zorunda olduğumuz fakir kimseye ulaştık. - We reached the poor soul we had to help.

Biz kimseye söylemedik. - We didn't tell a soul.

canlılık
soul
kişi

Tom çok cesur bir kişidir. - Tom is a very brave soul.

Urallara tırmanmak istiyorsan sen cesur bir kişisin. - You're a brave soul if you want to climb the Urals.

temel direk
zencilere ait
{i} (bir şeyin) ta kendisi: He's the
soul brother zenci soydaş
{i} kimse, biri: He's a good old soul. İyi kalpli bir ihtiyardır o
{i} timsal
kişi/ruh
hissiyat
zenci müziğinin uyandırdığı heyecan veya his
{i} gönül

O canı gönülden yaptı. - He put all his heart and soul into it.

soul food Güneyli zencilere özgü yemek
nefes
gerçek duygu
biri

Herhangi biri bir ruha sahip midir? - Does anyone have a soul?

Benim bir ruhum yok ve başka birinin de yok. - I don't have a soul, and neither does anyone else.

soul image
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ruh imajı
soul patch
(Argo) dudak altındaki sakal
soul brother
zenci
soul-destroying
can sıkıcı
soul-destroying
ruh köreltici
soul destroying
ruh yok
soul food
(Aşçı, Gastronomi) Amerika'da siyah halkın kölelik zamanında ortaya çıkardığı ve köle sahiplerinin verdiği artık domuz etlerinden, kafa, ayak, ve iç organlarından ortaya çıkardıkları bir mutfak kültürü
soul mate
Ruh ikizi

Ruh ikizimizi bulmak istersek ne yapılmalı? - What should be done if we want to find our soul mate?

soul patch
(Kozmetik) Sakalsız ve bıyıksız erkeklerin sadece alt dudağın hemen altında bıraktıkları küçük sakal
soul rebel
aşı ruhlu
soul searching
İç hesaplaşma, iç değerlendirme, kendi kendini inceleme, kendine eğilme
soul twin
ruh ikizi
soul vexed
soul canı sıkkın
soul-crushing
ruhu parçalayan
soul-destroying
monoton
soul brother
soydaş (zenci)
soul destroying
sıkıcı
soul destroying
can sıkıcı
soul destroying
monoton
soul destroying
tekdüze
soul music
Amerikalı zencilerin yarattığı bir müzik türü
soul music
soul müzik
soul sister
soydaş (zenci)
God rest his soul
allah rahmet eylesin
poor soul
zavallı
poor soul
acınacak halde
soul mate
ruh eşi

Tom Mary'nin ruh eşi olduğunu ve birbirleri için yaratıldıklarını söylüyor. - Tom says Mary is his soul mate and that they were made for each other.

soul music
soul
soulful
duyguları yansıtan
there is not a soul here
kimsecikler yok
body and soul
canla başla
heart and soul
can ve gönülden
keep body and soul together
kıt kanaat geçinmek
nobility of soul
ruh asaleti
not a living soul
tek bir Allahın kulu
put one's heart and soul into
canla başla çalışmak
soulful
duygusal
soulful
duygulu
soulless
soğuk
soulless
ruhsuz

Fadıl ruhsuz bir eski mahkumdu. - Fadil was a soulless ex-con.

Sami ruhsuz bir eski mahkumdu. - Sami was a soulless ex-con.

soulless
hissiz
a soul
bir ruh
another name for the soul
ruh için başka bir isim
give rest to your soul
ruhunuza dinlenme vermek
having a good mind or soul
İyi bir zihin veya ruh olan
life and soul of the party
hayat ve parti ruhu
living soul
soul yaşam
not a living soul
tek bir Allahın kulu
not a soul had come
bir ruh gelmişti değil
pure soul
saf ruh
through thought, mind or soul
düşünce yoluyla, akıl ve ruh
transmigration of the soul
ruh göçü, ölümden sonra ruhun bir bedenden başka bir bedene göç etmesi/geçmesi
warring nature, battling soul
Soul mücadele doğa savaşan
God rest his soul
huzur içinde yatsın
bare one's soul
(deyim) birine her şeyini söylemek
bare one's soul
(deyim) tüm sırlarını anlatmak
bare one's soul
(deyim) en gizli şeylerini anlatmak
bare one's soul
(deyim) birine açılmak
be the captain of one's soul
(deyim) kendi kaderini kendi çizmek
be the captain of one's soul
(deyim) kendi kaderinin mimarı olmak
black soul
kötü ruh
body and soul
(deyim) butun varligiyla
heart and soul
canı gönülden

O canı gönülden yaptı. - He put all his heart and soul into it.

heart and soul
seve seve
music heals the soul
müzik ruhun gıdasıdır
not a bloody soul
allah'ın tek kulu
not a bloody soul
hiç kimsecikler
not a living soul in the house
evde kimsecikler yok
not a soul
hiç kimse
not a soul
kimsecikler
possess one's soul in peace
başını dinlemek
possess one's soul in peace
kafasını dinlemek
soulful
{s} aşırı hassas
soulful
hisli
soulful
soulfullyduygulu bir şekilde
soulful
hislilik
soulful
{s} içli
soulful
manalı
soulfully
duygusal bir şekilde
soulless
cansız
soulless
can sıkıcı
soulless
{s} duygusuz
soulless
{s} monoton
soulless
{s} sıkıcı
the life and soul
(deyim) the life and soul (of the party) toplantiyi canlandiran kisi
with heart and soul
canla başla
work with heart and soul
canla başla çalışmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
The spirit or essence of anything
A person, especially as one among many
Soul music
The spirit or essence of a person usually thought to consist of one's thoughts and personality. Often believed to live on after the person’s death

Among the daughters of the air, answered one of them. A mermaid has not an immortal soul, nor can she obtain one unless she wins the love of a human being. On the power of another hangs her eternal destiny. But the daughters of the air, although they do not possess an immortal soul, can, by their good deeds, procure one for themselves.

Life, energy, vigor

This place has no soul.

{n} the immortal part of man, spirit, life, a being
The name for a type of rhythm and blues built on elements of gospel and spiritual music Often, practitioners such as Sam Cooke maintained two careers simultaneously in soul and popular music
Religious term expressing belief in an eternal self
{i} spiritual part of a human being that is separate from the physical body; spirit; essence, core; personification; human being; emotion; personification; soul music
the human embodiment of something; "the soul of honor" a secular form of gospel that was a major Black musical genre in the 1960s and 1970s; "soul was politically significant during the Civil Rights movement" deep feeling or emotion the immaterial part of a person; the actuating cause of an individual life
You use soul in negative statements like not a soul to mean nobody at all. I've never harmed a soul in my life There was not a soul there
Energy; courage; spirit; fervor; affection, or any other noble manifestation of the heart or moral nature; inherent power or goodness
The spirit or essense of anything
a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
In a more general sense, "an animating, separable, surviving entity, the vehicle of individual personal existence
The True Self The inner, most sacred part of each person Soul exists before birth and lives on after the death of the physical body As a spark of God, Soul can see, know, and perceive all things It is the creative center of Its own world Return to list of ECK terms
In Hebrew, nephesh (breath), applied to both humans and animals as living beings (Gen 1: 20; 2: 7; 2: 19; 9: 4; Exod 1: 5; 1 Chron 5: 21) It was translated psyche in the Greek Septuagint, the same term used (commonly for "life" rather than the immortal personality) in the New Testament (Matt 10: 28; 16: 26; Acts 2: 27; 3: 23; Phil 1: 27; Rev 20: 4)
To indue with a soul; to furnish with a soul or mind
(the all knowing energy seat of all that we are and ever have been The original energy signature of an individual energy separate but part of the whole)
The spirit or essence of a person usually thought to consist of oness thoughts and personality. Often believed to live on after the person's death
You can refer to someone as a particular kind of soul when you are describing their character or condition. He's a jolly soul
A pure or disembodied spirit
Your soul is the part of you that consists of your mind, character, thoughts, and feelings. Many people believe that your soul continues existing after your body is dead. She went to pray for the soul of her late husband `I will put my heart and soul into the job,' he promises
deep feeling or emotion
to bare one's soul: see bare body and soul: see body the life and soul of the party: see life. Immaterial aspect or essence of a person, conjoined with the body during life and separable at death. The concept of a soul is found in nearly all cultures and religions, though the interpretations of its nature vary considerably. The ancient Egyptians conceived of a dual soul, one surviving death but remaining near the body, while the other proceeded to the realm of the dead. The early Hebrews did not consider the soul as distinct from the body, but later Jewish writers perceived the two as separate. Christian theology adopted the Greek concept of an immortal soul, adding the notion that God created the soul and infused it into the body at conception. In Islam the soul is believed to come into existence at the same time as the body but is everlasting and subject to eternal bliss or torment after the death of the body. In Hinduism each soul, or atman, was created at the beginning of time and imprisoned in an earthly body; at death the soul is said to pass to a new body according to the laws of karma. Buddhism negates the idea of a soul, asserting that any sense of an individual self is illusory. soul music transmigration of souls All Souls' Day
The essence of the individuated Being A soul is a unique perspective or filter on the universe with a unique purpose and unique tendencies, and is necessarily embodied, even in the body is an extremely subtle one
person, as in: Not a soul was in the office when I arrived this morning
(Ego, Higher Self, inner ruler, Christ within, Son of Mind, Solar Angel ) -- The linking principle between Spirit and matter; between God and his form Provides consciousness, character and quality to all manifestation in form
the living unit which operates the body See also thetan
n the immaterial essence, animating principle, or actuating cause of an individual life
A human being; a person; a familiar appellation, usually with a qualifying epithet; as, poor soul
the Second Octave of Being It is also called the Higher Self, the Transpersonal Self, the Planetary Soul, or Atma It is the ensouling entity of the Planetary Realm up to the Monad
The spiritual, rational, and immortal part in man; that part of man which enables him to think, and which renders him a subject of moral government; sometimes, in distinction from the higher nature, or spirit, of man, the so-called animal soul, that is, the seat of life, the sensitive affections and phantasy, exclusive of the voluntary and rational powers; sometimes, in distinction from the mind, the moral and emotional part of man's nature, the seat of feeling, in distinction from intellect; sometimes, the intellect only; the understanding; the seat of knowledge, as distinguished from feeling
Soul pieces or soul stealing or soul loss Well described in Sandra Ingerman’s Soul Retrieval Involved with the underlying mechanism of schizophrenia
The linking principle between Spirit and matter; between God and His form Provides consciousness, character and quality to all manifestation in form
Essential part of being responsible for comfort and recognized by its insight; introvert fragment of quintessence carrying a unique emotionality; that which is emotional; power Compare Spirit
a secular form of gospel that was a major Black musical genre in the 1960s and 1970s; "soul was politically significant during the Civil Rights movement"
Iman Taneffut
The seat of real life or vitality; the source of action; the animating or essential part
Sole
The pure spiritual essence of a creature Some souls were created by a specific god, have a specific species or gender, and/or contain all the knowledge of the being's experiences Most sentient creatures have a soul
To afford suitable sustenance
Soul or soul music is a type of pop music performed mainly by black American musicians. It developed from gospel and blues music and often expresses deep emotions. American soul singer Anita Baker
the invisible, rational life principle of a human being
God's eternal Idea of Being Humanity before expression
The life aspect of bodies and events in time While the soul will end when the universe does, "You" will transcend the universe because your are created by Eternal Life, and therefor a part of Eternal Life yourself
The leader; the inspirer; the moving spirit; the heart; as, the soul of an enterprise; an able general is the soul of his army
Life, energy, vigour
the anima/animus
The source of life; the spiritual, rational, and immortal part in man; that part of man which enables him to think, and which renders him a subject of moral government; -- sometimes, in distinction from the higher nature, or spirit, of man, the so-called animal soul, that is, the seat of life, the sensitive affections and phantasy, exclusive of the voluntary and rational powers; -- sometimes, in distinction from the mind, the moral and emotional part of man's nature, the seat of feeling, in distinction from intellect; -- sometimes, the intellect only; the understanding; the seat of knowledge, as distinguished from feeling In a more general sense, "an animating, separable, surviving entity, the vehicle of individual personal existence "
deep feeling or emotion the immaterial part of a person; the actuating cause of an individual life
the immaterial part of a person; the actuating cause of an individual life
the human embodiment of something; "the soul of honor"
The spiritual component of the human being According to Plato, the soul is a spiritual principle of thought that should govern human choice and action According to Aristotle, each living thing is composed of "matter and form," the soul is the human "form," the organizing principle that shapes the chaos of matter into a human creature rather than some other kind Christian elaboration of these two philosophical ideas make the soul the seat of intelligence and free will, the "purely spiritual" activity of humans The immortality of the soul is based on the notion that it has a purely spiritual activity, and must itself be purely spiritual and able to survive the loss of the body The contemporary question is this: is human intelligence reducible to the firings of neurons studied by neurology, or is there something more, a soul, for which the neurons are merely the supporting organ
The essence of our spiritual core; the primary, never-ending force behind us forging our destiny
" The seat of real life or vitality; the source of action; the animating or essential part
Science tells us that the existence of a soul cannot be verified However, in Israel it can be felt and seen in different ways When we pray at holy sites like The Tomb of Rachel, you can sense something transcendent is going on -- you are in the presence of the Mother of the Jewish people As we pray and cry there to the Almighty, and for Rachel to be a divine advocate for her children during these troubled times, our words have greater feeling and potency
The real spiritual substance created by God which, united the body and constitutes a person
saul
soul food
food traditionally eaten by southern African Americans
soul kiss
A kiss in which contact occurs between the tongues of the kissers
soul kisses
plural form of soul kiss
soul mates
plural form of soul mate
soul music
A combination of rhythm and blues and gospel music developed by African Americans in the late 1950s
soul patch
A narrow beard descending from the lower lip, above the chin
soul patches
plural form of soul patch
soul-crushing
demeaning, boring, disheartening

It is the kind of work, in substance and in psychological reward, that is soul-crushing to men but fulfilling to women.

soul-destroying
Describing something that causes erosion of moral fortitude or that eliminates hope or motivation

The results of such excessive concentration and production are, sooner or later, huge, soul-destroying Trusts, immense national rivalries, and appalling bloody wars largely occasioned by the existence and ever-growing needs of such insatiable machines.

soul-searching
Probing introspection, a critical consideration of one's own state

You’d better do some serious soul-searching before you decide to leave her.

soul searching
1. (noun) close examination of one's emotions and motives. 2. (adjective) characterized by such examination
Soul mate
A person's soul mate is that individual who complements the other in the eternal marriage bond
soul brother
An African-American man or boy
soul brother
a fellow Black man
soul food
Soul food is used to refer to the kind of food, for example corn bread, ham, and greens, that was popular with black Americans in the southern United States and is considered typical of them. Food, such as ham hocks and collard greens, traditionally eaten by southern African Americans. traditional foods that are cooked and eaten by African-Americans in the southern US
soul food
food traditionally eaten by African-Americans in the South
soul food
things that a person needs in order to fulfill his spiritual needs
soul kiss
an open-mouthed kiss in which your tongue is inserted into the other's mouth
soul kiss
{f} engage in a french kiss, kiss with open-mouth involving tongue contact
soul kiss
A kiss in which the tongue enters the partner's mouth; a French kiss
soul mate
someone for whom you have a deep affinity
soul mate
A soul mate is someone with whom you share a close friendship and deep personal understanding. Steve and I became soul mates, near-constant companions. One of two persons compatible with each other in disposition, point of view, or sensitivity. someone you have a very close relationship with because you share or understand the same emotions and interests
soul mate
person with whom one shares deep affection and understanding
soul music
Soul music or soul is a type of pop music performed mainly by black American musicians. It developed from gospel and blues music and often expresses deep emotions. A style of popular music developed by African Americans, combining elements of gospel music and rhythm and blues. soul. Style of U.S. popular music sung and performed primarily by African American musicians, having its roots in gospel music and rhythm and blues. The term was first used in the 1960s to describe music that combined rhythm and blues, gospel, jazz, and rock music and that was characterized by intensity of feeling and earthiness. In its earliest stages, soul music was found most commonly in the South, but many of the young singers who were to popularize it migrated to cities in the North. The founding of Motown in Detroit, Mich., and Stax-Volt in Memphis, Tenn., did much to encourage the style. Its most popular performers include James Brown, Ray Charles, Sam Cooke, and Aretha Franklin
soul music
strongly expressive and emotional form of music that developed from black American gospel singing and is similar to rhythm and blues
soul sister
An African-American woman or girl
soul-destroying
destructive to the spirit or soul; "soul-destroying labor
soul-destroying
Activities or situations that are soul-destroying make you depressed, because they are boring or because there is no hope of improvement. Believing yourself to be in the wrong job can be soul-destroying. inspiring. something that is soul-destroying is extremely boring or makes you feel very unhappy
soul-searching
a penetrating examination of your own beliefs and motives
soul-searching
Soul-searching is a long and careful examination of your thoughts and feelings, especially when you are trying to make a difficult moral decision or thinking about something that has gone wrong. My year was really spent doing a lot of soul-searching and trying to find out what had gone wrong in my life. careful examination of your thoughts and feelings because you are very worried about whether or not it is right to do something
sold his soul to the devil
prepared to pay any price so as to get what he wants
blue-eyed soul
Rhythm and blues or soul music performed by white artists
kindred soul
Someone with the same feelings or attitudes as oneself; kindred spirit

Many of the participants found themselves among kindred souls who shared their interests.

neo soul
A subgenre of rhythm and blues that combines the elements of contemporary rhythm and blues, 1970s style soul music, hip hop, rap, jazz, funk, and classical music
rest his soul
Used parenthetically to mark the referent as being deceased
sell one's soul
To abandon one's spiritual or moral values for wealth
souled
Possessing soul and feeling
souled
Furnished with a soul
soulful
Full of emotion and vigor
soulful
Full of soul
soulless
insensitive or unfeeling; as if without a soul
white soul
Rhythm and blues or soul music performed by white artists
souled
{a} furnished with a soul or mind
soulless
{a} spiritless, heavy, mean, narrow
keep body and soul together
(deyim) to just be able to pay for the things that you need in order to live. "We can barely keep body and soul together on what he earns."
keep body and soul together
(deyim) To survive. The phrase is most often used specifically to refer to earning sufficient money to keep oneself alive
Blessed be his soul
may he rest in peace, may his soul be hallowed (traditionally said at a funeral or when mentioning the name of a deceased person)
God rest his soul
may he rest in peace, may he lay in rest after death
Godfather of Soul
{i} James Brown (1933-2006), famous Motown singer
Soul music
soul
be the life and soul of the party
{i} be a person who enjoys parties and makes a party more pleasing and delightful for others; be lively and entertaining
body and soul
physical and the spiritual aspects of a person; all of a person, every bit of a person
gentle soul
sensitive person, kindly person
heart and soul
completely, wholly
heart and soul
with complete faith; "she was with him heart and soul
his soul
his spirit, his spirit of life, deep inside him
immortality of the soul
belief that the soul never dies
keep body and soul together
remain sane and solvent, earn enough to feed and clothe oneself
kind soul
friendly and thoughtful person
life and soul of the party
one who makes a party more pleasing for other people
living soul
active soul, person who is alive
lost soul
If you call someone a lost soul, you mean that they seem unhappy, and unable to fit in with any particular group of people in society. They just clung to each other like two lost souls
lost soul
pitiful person, misguided person
mortification of the soul
abstinence, fasting, suffering, self-denial
poetic soul
loves poetry, has poetry inside of him
poor soul
have pity on him, miserable wretch
possess one's soul in patience
control oneself, be patient
searched his soul
thought over his actions, performed a self-criticism
souled
Furnished with a soul; possessing soul and feeling; used chiefly in composition; as, great-souled Hector
soulful
{s} full of feeling, expressing deep emotion
soulful
full of or expressing deep emotion; "soulful eyes"; "soulful music
soulful
Something that is soulful expresses deep feelings, especially sadness or love. his great, soulful, brown eyes. soulful music. soulless + soulfully soul·ful·ly She gazed at him soulfully. expressing deep, usually sad, emotions
soulful
full of or expressing deep emotion; "soulful eyes"; "soulful music"
soulfully
In a soulful manner
soulfully
in a soulful manner; "he looked at her soulfully"
soulfully
in a soulful manner; "he looked at her soulfully
soulfully
in a deeply emotional manner, with great feeling
soulfulness
The state of being soulful
soulfulness
{i} expressiveness, quality of being full of feeling and emotion
soulless
If you describe a thing or person as soulless, you mean that they lack human qualities and the ability to feel or produce deep feelings. a clean and soulless hotel. a grey and soulless existence. lacking the attractive qualities that make people happy
soulless
{s} having no soul, heartless, emotionless, unfeeling
soulless
lacking sensitivity or the capacity for deep feeling
soulless
Being without a soul, or without greatness or nobleness of mind; mean; spiritless
soullessly
In a soulless manner
soullessly
Lacking soul or spirit
soullessly
in a soulless manner; "they were soullessly grubbing for profit
soullessness
{i} lack of feeling, hardness of heart, heartlessness
souls
plural of soul
the life and soul
essence, most essential part of one's being
upon my soul !
My goodness!, Upon my word!
world soul
A spiritual principle having the same relation to the physical world as the human soul does to the body; the animating force of the world
Türkçe - İngilizce
soul music
(Muzik) soul
soul, soul music
soul müzik
soul music
soul