prophet

  1. an authoritative person who divines the future
  2. someone who speaks by divine inspiration; someone who is an interpreter of the will of God

Prophet

In religion, a prophet is an individual who is claimed to have been contacted by the supernatural or the divine, and to speak for them, serving as an intermediary with humanity, delivering this newfound knowledge from the supernatural entity to other people. The message that the prophet conveys is called a prophecy. Claims of prophethood have exis...
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prophet

[n] - someone who speaks by divine inspiration 2. [n] - an authoritative person who divines the future
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Prophet

• (n.) One inspired or instructed by God to speak in his name, or announce future events, as, Moses, Elijah, etc. • (n.) An interpreter; a spokesman. • (n.) A mantis. • (n.) One who prophesies, or foretells events; a predicter; a foreteller.
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prophet

prophesier noun an authoritative person who divines the future
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Prophet

[company] Prophet is an integrated consulting firm and agency that specializes in working with clients to drive growth through the use of branding, marketing, design, analytics, and innovation. It maintains a headquarters in San Francisco and offices in the United States, Europe, and Asia. The firm has published many books and articles on t...
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Prophet

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Prophet

Proph'et noun [ French prophète , Latin propheta , from Greek ..., literally, one who speaks for another, especially, one who speaks for a god an interprets his will to man, from ... to say beforehand; ... for, before + ... to say or speak. See Fame . ] 1. One who prophesie...
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prophet

1. One who prophesies, or foretells events; a predicter; a foreteller. ... 2. One inspired or instructed by God to speak in his name, or announce future events, as, Moses, Elijah, etc. ... 3. An interpreter; a spokesman. ... 4. <zoology> A mantis. School of the prophets, a school or college in which young men were educated and trained for pub...
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prophet

a divinely inspired revealer, interpreter, or spokesman. In Western culture, the classic period of Israelite prophecy has tended to predominate in ...
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prophet

a messenger sent by the gods or a god to inform the people of a divine revelation
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Prophet

A prophet is some one who claims to reveal or interpret god's will.
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Prophet

an individual who has claimed to have been contacted by the supernatural or the divine, and to speak for them, serving as an intermediary with humanity, delivering this newfound knowledge from the supernatural entity to other people. The message that the prophet conveys is called a prophecy, which transports —at least in Judaism— a message beyond...
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Prophet

In the times of the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament) a person, almost always male, who was a religious reformer. They claimed to speak for God.
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Prophet

One who speaks in God's behalf, either to proclaim His written Word or to speak from His supernatural revelation. One of five office gifts described in Eph. 4:11.
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Prophet

One who speaks in God's behalf, either to proclaim His written Word or to speak from His supernatural revelation. One of five office gifts described in Eph. 4:11.
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prophet

Person thought to speak from divine inspiration or one who foretells the future. Prophets whose words and actions are recorded in the Bible include Moses, Samuel, Elijah, Isaiah, and Jeremiah. In...
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prophet

Person thought to speak from divine inspiration or one who foretells the future. Prophets whose words and actions are recorded in the Bible include Moses, Samuel, Elijah, Isaiah, and Jeremiah. In Islam, Muhammad is believed to be the last and greatest of over 124,000 prophets beginning with Adam and including Noah, Abraham, Moses, and Jesus. In the...
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prophet

prophet [Gr.,=foreteller], a religious leader and spokesperson, particularly used in the Bible. The prophets emitted messages from the divine through inspired speech, the interpretation of omens and dreams, and the casting of lots and divination. The word derives from Greek cults, in which prophets ...
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prophet

prophet 1. Someone who foretells or predicts what is to come; such as, a weather prophet or prophets of doom. 2. A spokesperson of some doctrine, cause, or movement. Quotations Prophecies, or judgments, that have proven to be false: 'Computers, in the future, may weigh more than 1.5 to...
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prophet

someone who speaks by divine inspiration
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Prophet

The intermediary between the divine and the human audience, communicating with god/gods on behalf of other humans. Famous prophets in the Judeo-Christian-Islam traditions include Abraham, Moses and the Prophet Muhammad. Some other traditions, especially native religions, refer to this type of intermediary as a shaman, conjurer, spirit or medium (Sm...
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Prophet

This translates as 'God's Servant', There was usually a ranking; the high priest of Amun at Thebes was called 'The First Prophet of Amun'; below him were the Second Prophet and so on. The head of the local cults, was often called 'Overseer of Prophets.'
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