epiphany

  1. a divine manifestation
  2. twelve days after Christmas; celebrates the visit of the three wise men to the infant Jesus

epiphany

a divine manifestation
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epiphany

A Christian feast celebrating the manifestation of the divine nature of Jesus to the Gentiles as represented by the Magi.
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epiphany

[n] - twelve days after Christmas 2. [n] - a divine manifestation
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Epiphany

Festival of the Christian church, held on 6 January, celebrating the coming of the Magi (wise men) to Bethlehem with gifts for the infant Jesus. It is the 12th day after Christmas, and marks the end...
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Epiphany

Christians recall the visit of the Magi to the baby Jesus on January 6th.
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Epiphany

E·piph'a·ny noun [ French épiphanie , Latin epiphania , Greek 'epifa`nia (sc. ...), for 'epifa`neia appearance, from 'epifai`nein to show forth; 'epi` + fai`nein to show. See Fancy .] 1. An appearance, or a becom...
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epiphany

1. An appearance, or a becoming manifest. 'Whom but just before they beheld transfigured and in a glorious epiphany upon the mount.' (Jer. Taylor) 'An epic poet, if ever such a difficult birth should make its epiphany in Paris.' (De Quincey) ... 2. A church festival celebrated on the 6th of January, the twelfth day after Christmas, in commemoration...
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epiphany

noun a divine manifestation
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Epiphany

• (n.) A church festival celebrated on the 6th of January, the twelfth day after Christmas, in commemoration of the visit of the Magi of the East to Bethlehem, to see and worship the child Jesus; or, as others maintain, to commemorate the appearance of the star to the Magi, symbolizing the manifestation of Christ to the Gentles; Twelfthtide. &...
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Epiphany

(from Greek epiphaneia, `manifestation`), festival celebrated on January 6; it is one of the three principal and oldest festival days of the ... [5 related articles]
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epiphany

Epiphany, epiphany 1. When capitalized, a Christian festival, observed on January 6, commemorating the manifestation of Christ to the gentiles in the persons of the Magi; Twelfth-day. 2. An appearance or manifestation; especially, of a deity. 3. A sudden, intuitive perception of or insight into the reality or essential meaning of something, usuall...
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Epiphany

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Epiphany

Epiphany (ipif'unē) [Gr.,=showing], a prime Christian feast, celebrated Jan. 6, called also Twelfth Day or Little Christmas. Its eve is Twelfth Night. It commemorates three events—the baptism of Jesus (Mark 1), the visit of the Wise Men to Bethlehem (Mat. 2), and the miracle at Cana ...
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Epiphany

In Christian mythology, epiphany is a festival, otherwise called the manifestation of Christ to the Gentiles, observed on the 6th of January 'in honour of the adoration of our Saviour' by the three magi, or wise men, who came to adore him and bring him presents, led by the star. As a separate festival it dates from 813.
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Epiphany

Festival of the Christian church, held on 6 January, celebrating the coming of the Magi (wise men) to Bethlehem with gifts for the infant Jesus. It is the 12th day after Christmas, and marks the end of the Christmas festivities, when decorations are put away for the year. The Magi represent the first Gentiles (non-Jews) to visit Jesus, and the ...
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Epiphany

[holiday] Epiphany (Koine Greek: ἐπιφάνεια, epiphaneia, `manifestation`, `striking appearance`) or Theophany (Ancient Greek (ἡ) Θεοφάνεια, Τheophaneia meaning `vision of God`), which traditionally falls on January 6, is a Christian feast day that celebrates the revelation of God the Son as a human being in Jesus Christ...
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Epiphany

[feeling] An epiphany (from the ancient Greek ἐπιφάνεια, epiphaneia, `manifestation, striking appearance`) is an experience of sudden and striking realization. Generally the term is used to describe scientific breakthrough, religious or philosophical discoveries, but it can apply in any situation in which an enlightening realizati...
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Epiphany

Manifestation. The solemnity of the Epiphany celebrates the manifestation of God in the Incarnate Word
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Epiphany

Christian thinkers used this term to signify a manifestation of God's presence in the world. It has
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Epiphany

Epiphany is the Twelfth Day of Christmas and the end of the Christmas season. Comes from the Greek w
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epiphany

a divine manifestation
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epiphany

a divine manifestation
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