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apocalypse
/ əpɑːkəlɪps /

imenica

Množina reči apocalypse je apocalypses.

Sinonimi:
Apocalypse · Book of Revelation · Revelation · Revelation of Saint John the Divine

ETYM Latin apocalypsis, Greek, to uncover, to disclose; apo from + kalyptein to cover, conceal: cf. French apocalypse.
A cosmic cataclysm in which God destroys the ruling powers of evil.
Revelation, generally of St. John the Divine.

augurate

imenica

Množina reči augurate je augurates.

auguration

imenica

Množina reči auguration je augurations.

augurship

imenica

Množina reči augurship je augurships.

bodement

imenica

Množina reči bodement je bodements.

Prediction or prophecy.

divination
/ dɪvəneɪʃn̩ /

imenica

Množina reči divination je divinations.

Sinonimi:
foretelling · soothsaying · fortune telling

Sinonimi:
foretelling · fortune telling · prophecy · soothsaying

ETYM Latin divinatio, from divinare, divinatum, to foresee, foretell, from divinus: cf. French divination. Related to Divine.
Prophecy by supernatural means; SYN. foretelling, soothsaying, fortune telling.
Art of ascertaining future events or eliciting other hidden knowledge by supernatural or nonrational means. Divination played a large part in the ancient civilizations of the Egyptians, Greeks (see oracle), Romans, and Chinese (using the I Ching), and is still practiced throughout the world.
Divination generally involves the intuitive interpretation of the mechanical operations of chance or natural law.
Forms of divination have included omens drawn from the behavior of birds and animals; examination of the entrails of sacrificed animals; random opening of such books as the Bible; fortune-telling by cards (especially tarot cards) and palmistry; dowsing; oracular trance-speaking; automatic writing; necromancy, or the supposed raising of the spirits of the dead; and dreams, often specially induced.

oracle
/ ɔːrəkl̩ /

imenica

Množina reči oracle je oracles.

Sinonimi:
prophesier · prophet · seer · vaticinator

ETYM French, from Latin oraculum, from orare to speak, utter, pray, from os, oris, mouth. Related to Oral.
(Homonym: auricle).
1. A prophecy (usually obscure or allegorical) revealed by a priest or priestess; believed to be infallible.
2. A shrine where an oracular god is consulted.

prediction
/ pridɪkʃn̩ /

imenica

Množina reči prediction je predictions.

Sinonimi:
foretelling · forecasting · anticipation · foresight

Sinonimi:
anticipation · forecasting · foretelling · prevision · prognostication

ETYM Latin praedictio: cf. French prédiction.
1. A statement about the future; SYN. foretelling, forecasting.
2. Reasoning about the future; SYN. anticipation, foresight.

prophecy
/ prɑːfəsi /

imenica

Množina reči prophecy je prophecies.

Sinonimi:
divination · prognostication · vaticination

Sinonimi:
divination · prognostication · vaticination

ETYM Old Eng. prophecie, Old Fren. profecie, French prophétie, Latin prophetia, from Greek pro for + phanai to speak. Related to Prophet.
1. A prediction uttered under divine inspiration; SYN. divination.
2. Knowledge of the future (usually obtained from a divine source); SYN. prognostication, vaticination.

vaticination
/ vætɪsəneɪʃən /

imenica

Množina reči vaticination je vaticinations.

Sinonimi:
prognostication · prophecy

ETYM Latin vaticinatio.
Prediction; prophecy.

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