worship

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İngilizce - Türkçe
tapmak
{f} tapınmak
ibadet etmek

Yeni Yıl Günü birçok Japon ibadet etmek için türbeye giderler. - On New Year's Day many Japanese go to the shrine to worship.

ibadet

Tarikatımız ibadetlerinde sadece Zebur'daki ilahileri okumaktadır. - Our denomination practices exclusive psalmody in worship.

Sabah ibadeti saat on birde başlar. - Morning worship begins at eleven o'clock.

idolleştirmek
hayranlık

Taparcasına hayranlık duymak tehlikeli bir şey. - Hero worship is a dangerous thing.

ilahlaştırmak
tapınma
{f} ibadet et

Bu piç, herkesin ona ibadet etmesi gerektiğini düşünüyor. - This bastard thinks that everyone should worship him.

Yeni Yıl Günü birçok Japon ibadet etmek için türbeye giderler. - On New Year's Day many Japanese go to the shrine to worship.

tapma

Koministler paraya tapmazlar. - Communists don't worship money.

{f} 1. tapmak; ibadet etmek; tapınmak: His father worshiped God; he worships money. Babası Allaha tapardı; kendisi
aşırı derecede sevmek veya hürmet etmek
tapan

Ben tanrıça Demeterin son kalan tapanıyım. - I am the last remaining worshipper of the goddess Demeter.

Paraya tapan kişi sensin. - You're the one who worshipped money.

{i} ilahlaştırma
tapmak; ibadet etmek; tapınmak: His father worshiped God; he worships money. Babası Allaha tapardı; kendisi
{i} aşırı saygı
tapınma perestiş
your worship zatıaliniz
perestiş etmek
aşırı sevgi veya hürmet
{f} taparcasına sevmek
worship of the bible
İncil ibadet
worship of wealth
servet ibadet
worship of sacrifice
kurban ibadeti
woman worship
kadın sevgisi
worshipper
tapan kimse
freedom of worship
(Politika, Siyaset) ibadet özgürlüğü
worshiped
ibadet edilen
worshiped
tapılan
worshiper
tapınan kimse
worshiper
tapan kimse
worshiper
ibadet eden kimse
worshiper
allaha tapınan kimse
worshiping
perestiş
fire worship
ateşe tapmak
fire worship
ateşe tapma
hero worship
{f} kahramana tapın
hero worship
{i} kahramana tapınma
nature worship
doğacılık
nature worship
doğaya tapma
place of worship
ibadet yeri
self worship
kendini beğenme
tree worship
ağaca tapınma
worshiper
ibadet eden
worshipful
muhterem
worshipped
{f} ibadet et
worshipper
ibadet eden
animal worship
hayvana tapma
praise; worship; admire, venerate
övgü, ibadet, takdir, tapınılıyor
worshipped
ibadet edilen
evening worship
akşam namazı
hero worship
hayranı olma
hero worship
tapma
hero worship
kahramanlaştırma
hero worship
taparcasına hayranlık duyma

Taparcasına hayranlık duymak tehlikeli bir şey. - Hero worship is a dangerous thing.

his worship
zatıâli
image worship
puta tapma
image worship
putperestlik
image worship
tapma
image worship
tapınma
open to worship
ibadete açmak
place of worship
tapınak
place of worship
ibadethane
public worship
kilise
the worship of wealth
paraya düşkünlük
the worship of wealth
paraya tapma
to worship
ibadet etmek

Yeni Yıl Günü birçok Japon ibadet etmek için türbeye giderler. - On New Year's Day many Japanese go to the shrine to worship.

worshipful
saygıdeğer
worshipful
tapılacak
worshipful
saygı dolu
worshipful
ihtiram
worshipful
huşu uyandıran
worshipful
saygı
worshipful
worshipfulnesshürmet
worshipful
worshipfullytapınırcasına
worshipped
ibadet et
worshipper
mümin
worshipper
inanan
worshipper
{i} ibadet eden kimse
worshipper
i., bak. worshiper
worshipping
tapınma
yoni worship
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yoni tapınması
your worship
zatıâliniz
İngilizce - İngilizce
A form of address of a mayor. The Gazette (Montreal), , 14 December 1939 (accessed 31 March 2010)
A form of address of a mayor and other dignitaries
The condition of being worthy; honour, distinction

whan the knyght sawe that, he alyghte, for hym thought no worship to haue a knyght at suche auaille he to be on horsback and he on foot .

The devotion accorded to a deity or to a sacred object
The religious ceremonies that express this devotion
To participate in religious ceremonies
To honor and adore, especially as a deity
The ardent love of a person
{n} religious reverence, adoration, dignity, respect, a term of honor, a term of irony
{v} to adore, perform adoration, respect
attend religious services; "They worship in the traditional manner"
{i} ritual; veneration, homage; adoration, esteem; prayer, exaltation; idol-worship
to perform religious service
Obsequious or submissive respect; extravagant admiration; adoration
The regular services appointed for public worship in the Episcopal Church are the Holy Eucharist, which is the principal act of Christian worship on the Lord's Day and other major feasts
Honor; respect; civil deference
The obligation of God's creation to give to Him all honor, praise, adoration, and glory due Him because He is the holy and divine creator Worship is to be given to God only (Exodus 20: 3; Matt 4: 10) Jesus, being God in flesh (John 1: 1,14 ; Col 2: 9), was worshipped (Matt 2: 2,11; 14: 33; John 9: 35-38; Heb 1: 6)
{f} pray, exalt, venerate, deify, idolize; honor, esteem
The ascribing ultimate worth, worth-ship In the case of a believer, it is the state of ascribing such worth to God Worship, then, defines our faith community It is central to our lives as Christians
An object of worship
To perform acts of homage or adoration; esp
the activity of worshipping a feeling of profound love and admiration show devotion to (a deity); "Many Hindus worship Shiva" attend religious services; "They worship in the traditional manner
attend religious services; "They worship in the traditional manner
To respect; to honor; to treat with civil reverence
If you worship someone or something, you love them or admire them very much. She had worshipped him for years
The act of paying divine honors to the Supreme Being; religious reverence and homage; adoration, or acts of reverence, paid to God, or a being viewed as God
Excellence of character; dignity; worth; worthiness
the activity of praying in a church, temple, mosque, etc in order to show respect and love for a divine being
a feeling of profound love and admiration
the activity of worshipping a feeling of profound love and admiration show devotion to (a deity); "Many Hindus worship Shiva"
The act of prayer or actions dedicated to praising God
To pay divine honors to; to reverence with supreme respect and veneration; to perform religious exercises in honor of; to adore; to venerate
Hence, a title of honor, used in addresses to certain magistrates and others of rank or station
show devotion to (a deity); "Many Hindus worship Shiva"
homage rendered to God which it is sinful (idolatry) to render to any created being (Ex 34: 14; Isa 2: 8) Such worship was refused by Peter (Acts 10: 25,26) and by an angel (Rev 22: 8,9)
wor·ship worships worshipping worshipped in AM, use worshiping, worshiped1. If you worship a god, you show your respect to the god, for example by saying prayers. I enjoy going to church and worshipping God. Jews worshipping at the Wailing Wall. Worship is also a noun. St Jude's church is a public place of worship. + worshipper worshippers wor·ship·per At the end of the service, scores of worshippers streamed down to the altar
To honor with extravagant love and extreme submission, as a lover; to adore; to idolize
the activity of worshipping
love unquestioningly and uncritically or to excess; venerate as an idol; "Many teenagers idolized the Beatles"
praise
word-worship
{i} worship of words, verbolatry
His Worship
Form of address for a male mayor. The Gazette (Montreal), , 14 December 1939 (accessed 31 March 2010)
Worshipful
a respectful form of address used in the name of livery companies (such as "The Worshipful Company of Scriveners")
Your Worship
A title used to address a magistrate or clergyman
bread-worship
The worship of the host; artolatry
house of worship
A religious edifice; a church, temple, or similar place where believers go to practice their faith
houses of worship
plural form of house of worship
worshipful
Showing reverence; tending to worship
worshiping
Present participle of to worship
worshipped
Simple past and past participle of to worship
worshipful
{a} respected for dignity or office
worshipper
{n} one who worships or adores
Worshipful
a respectful form of address used in the name of livery companies (such as "The Worshipful Company of Scriveners")"
Worships
plural of Worship
ancestor worship
worship of ancestors
ancestor worship
Religious beliefs or practices that involve addressing prayers or offerings to the spirits of dead relatives. It existed among the ancient Greeks, other Mediterranean peoples, and the ancient Europeans; it also plays a major role in traditional African religions. The dead are related to the family, clan, tribe, or village; mythical ancestors may be included. They may be friendly, or they may be displeased and require propitiation. Commemorative ceremonies are sometimes held at graves or monuments and may include prayers, offerings, sacrifices, and festivals of honor. Worship of individual ancestors is common; it may be combined with communal forms of worship, as in the case of the Roman emperor cult. An ancestor whose deeds are heroic may attain the status of a god. In China and Japan, ancestor worship (more accurately, ancestor reverence) has declined with the decline in the size and importance of kinship groups
ancestor worship
religious practice in which dead family members are venerated due to the belief that their spirits can influence the lives of the living
animal worship
worship of animals, zoolatry; paganism
devil worship
{i} worship of Satan and evil, worship of the devil, satanism
fire worship
worship of fire (prevailing mainly in Persia)
freedom of worship
right to practice and observe one's religion without interference by the government
hero worship
Intense or excessive admiration for a hero or a person regarded as a hero. great admiration for someone who is thought to be very brave, good, skilful etc - often used to show disapproval
hero worship
admiration for great men (or their memory)
hero-worship
Hero-worship is a very great admiration of someone and a belief that they are special or perfect. Singer Brett Anderson inspires old-fashioned hero-worship
hero-worship
idolize: love unquestioningly and uncritically or to excess; venerate as an idol; "Many teenagers idolized the Beatles"
hero-worship
The noun is also spelled hero worship
hero-worship
If you hero-worship someone, you admire them a great deal and think they are special or perfect. He was amused by the way younger actors started to hero-worship and copy him
image worship
worship of idols
moon-worship
worship of the moon
nature worship
a system of religion that deifies and worships natural forces and phenomena
nature worship
reverence for nature, nature cult
place of worship
any building where congregations gather for prayer
place of worship
house of worship, house of prayer (i.e. church, mosque, synagogue, etc.)
self-worship
worship of yourself
sun worship
Veneration of the sun or its representation as a deity. It appears in several early cultures, notably in ancient Egypt, Indo-Europe, and Mesoamerica, where urban civilizations were combined with a strong ideology of sacred kingship, in which kings ruled by the power of the sun and claimed descent from it. The imagery of the sun as the ruler of both the upper and the lower world, which he visits daily, was prominent. Sun heroes and deities also figure in many mythologies, including Indo-Iranian, Greco-Roman, and Scandinavian. In late Roman history, sun worship was of such importance that it was later called "solar monotheism." See also Amaterasu, Re, Shamash, Sol, Surya, Tonatiuh
sun worship
holding of religious rites in honor of the sun, believing that the sun is a supreme being
worshiped
Simple past and past participle of to worship
worshiper
One who worships; one who pays divine honors to any being or thing; one who adores
worshiper
{i} one who bows to; one who prays; admirer; one who believes (Religion)
worshiper
someone who admires too much to recognize faults
worshiper
alternative spelling of worshipper
worshiper
a person who has religious faith
worshipful
showing adoration
worshipful
If someone has a worshipful attitude to a person or thing, they show great respect and admiration for them. Franklin's almost worshipful imitation of his cousin. = reverential
worshipful
{i} adoring, reverential; adored, revered
worshipful
Entitled to worship, reverence, or high respect; claiming respect; worthy of honor; often used as a term of respect, sometimes ironically
worshipful
showing great reverence for god; "a godly man"; "leading a godly life"
worshiping
that is at worship; "a worshiping group
worshiping
that is at worship; "a worshiping group"
worshipped
{s} idolized
worshipped
regarded with deep or rapturous love (especially as if for a god); "adored grandchildren"; "an idolized wife"
worshipper
A person who is involved in an act of worship
worshipper
someone who admires too much to recognize faults
worshipper
A person who worships, especially at a place of assembly for religious services
worshipper
{i} one who worships; reverer; idolizer
worshipper
(Gr neocoros = temple-sweeper (Acts 19: 35) of the great goddess Diana) This name neocoros appears on most of the extant Ephesian coins
worshipper
a person who has religious faith
worshippers
plural of worshipper
worshipping
that is at worship; "a worshiping group"
worshipping
Present participle of to worship
worships
Third-person singular simple present of to worship
worship