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Prayer in English
petition or entreaty to god, application to God expressed in words or thoughts; one who prays, one who appeals to God

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Prayer in Greek
προσευχή, δέηση, παράκληση, προσευχόμενος

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Prayer in Chinese (s)
祈祷, 祷告; 祈祷文; 祈祷式; 恳求, 祈愿#祈祷者, 恳求者

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Prayer in Chinese (t)
祈禱, 禱告; 祈禱文; 祈禱式; 懇求, 祈願#祈禱者, 懇求者

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Prayer in Arabic
الصلاة الربانية, صلاة, ابتهال, تضرع, مصل, المتوسل

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Prayer in Spanish
oración, invocación, plegaria, rezado, rezo, rogativa, ruego, súplica

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Prayer in Russian
молитва, молебен, богомолье, мольба, просьба, молящийся, проситель

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Prayer in Dutch
gebed; iem. die bidt

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Prayer in Portuguese
reza; aquele que reza

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Prayer in Turkish
dua, namaz, ibadet, yalvarma, rica, dilekçe, ibadet eden kimse, duacı

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Prayer in Italian
chi prega, chi dice preghiere

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Prayer in French
prière; prieur

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Prayer in German
Gebet; Andacht

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Prayer in Japanese
祈り, 祈祷, 拝み, 礼拝; 祈りのことば; 願い事; 祈る人

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Prayer in Hebrew
תפילה; מתפלל

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Prayer in Korean
기도, 간구; 기도하는 사람

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Prayer in Swedish
bön; bedjande

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Prayer in English
Prayer As usually understood in the West, prayer implies the existence -- whether actually so in nature or not -- of a divine entity, such as God, Christ, an angel or saint, to whom petitions may be addressed and by whose favor benefits may be obtained, a view of prayer held in nearly all exoteric religious systems. Yet even among those who believe in personal divinities, some take a higher view of prayer than that of asking for special favors, rather looking upon it as an act of resignation to the divine will: "Not my will, but thine, be done." Theosophy speaks of this as the endeavor of the aspiring human mind to establish individual communion between the personal man and his spiritual counterpart or inner god, the true meaning of the injunction to pray to our Father which is in secret. Thus prayer takes the form of aspiration combined with deep meditation, as has been the case with mystics, Eastern and Western. This involves a laying aside of personal wishes and a conscious desire for intuitive perception of the truth and for the power to follow it. If a personal wish is present, precisely because all personal wishes in the last analysis are restricted, and hence either physically or spiritually selfish, the act becomes one of black magic, for the person is seeking to evoke interior powers in furtherance of his own purposes, which in such cases are usually founded in self-seeking of some kind. Also, a well-intentioned person, praying on behalf of another, may unwittingly exercise on that other an interference with the latter's will, similar in many respects to that of hypnotism.
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Vocal or silent expression of sentiments to a supernatural focus of worship or veneration. The general categories of prayer are thanksgiving and petitionary prayer. Forms of Christian prayer include: (a) private prayer, which is solitary and/or meditative; (b) liturgical prayer, wherein a priest or leader prays ceremonially for countless people, living and dead; (c) vocal prayer, characterized by "holy" utterances; (d) mental prayer, the turning of one's mind and "heart" to God; (e) mystical prayer, whose goal is mystical union with God; and (f) prophetic prayer, which is often public and extemporary.

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prayer
\pray"er\ (?), n. one who prays; a supplicant.
prayer
\prayer\ (&?;; 277), n. [oe. preiere, of. preiere, f. prière, fr. l. precarius obtained by prayer, fr. precari to pray. see pray, v. i.]
1. the act of praying, or of asking a favor; earnest request or entreaty; hence, a petition or memorial addressed to a court or a legislative body. "their meek preyere."
2. the act of addressing supplication to a divinity, especially to the true god; the offering of adoration, confession, supplication, and thanksgiving to the supreme being; as, public prayer; secret prayer. as he is famed for mildness, peace, and prayer.
3. the form of words used in praying; a formula of supplication; an expressed petition; especially, a supplication addressed to god; as, a written or extemporaneous prayer; to repeat one's prayers. he made those excellent prayers which were published immediately after his death. fell.
prayer
book, a book containing devotional prayers.
prayer
meeting, a meeting or gathering for prayer to god.

  similar words(8) 

 prayer meeting 
 passive prayer 
 aid prayer 
 the lord`s prayer 
 common prayer 
 bidding prayer 
 lord`s prayer 
 prayer book 

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Prayer (salat or salah in Arabic) is one of the Five Pillars of Islam. All Moslems are expected to pray five times a day. These are fixed prayers (including the Shahada and the opening Sura of the Koran ) which can be said in private, whereever one happened to be when the time for prayer comes, or with the community in a mosque .

Dictionary source: Official Islam Glossary for Introduction to Religion
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The object of this article will be to touch briefly on-
→ The doctrine of Scripture as to the nature and efficacy of prayer;
→ Its directions as to time, place and manner of prayer;
→ Its types and examples of prayer.
→ Scripture does not give any theoretical explanation of the mystery which attaches to prayer. The difficulty of understanding real efficacy arises chiefly from two sources: from the belief that man lives under general laws, which in all cases must be fulfilled unalterably; and the opposing belief that he is master of his own destiny, and need pray for no external blessing. Now, Scripture, while, by the doctrine of spiritual influence it entirely disposes of the latter difficulty, does not so entirely solve that part of the mystery which depends on the nature of God. It places it clearly before us, and emphasizes most strongly those doctrines on which the difficulty turns. Yet while this is so, on the other hand the instinct of prayer is solemnly sanctioned and enforced on every page. Not only is its subjective effect asserted, but its real objective efficacy, as a means appointed by God for obtaining blessing, is both implied and expressed in the plainest terms. Thus, as usual in the case of such mysteries, the two apparently opposite truths are emphasized, because they are needful: to man's conception of his relation to God; their reconcilement is not, perhaps cannot be, fully revealed. For, in fact, it is involved in that inscrutable mystery which attends on the conception of any free action of man as necessary for the working out of the general laws of God's unchangeable will. At the same time it is clearly implied that such a reconcilement exists, and that all the apparently isolated and independent exertions of man's spirit in prayer are in some way perfectly subordinated to the one supreme will of God, so as to form a part of his scheme of providence. It is also implied that the key to the mystery lies in the fact of man's spiritual unity with God in Christ, and of the consequent gift of the Holy Spirit. So also is it said of the spiritual influence of the Holy Ghost on each individual mind that while "we know not what to pray for, "the indwelling" Spirit makes intercession for the saints, according to the will of God." (Romans 8:26,27) Here, as probably in still other cases, the action of the Holy Spirit on the soul is to free agents what the laws of nature are to things inanimate, and is the power which harmonizes free individual action with the universal will of God.
→ There are no directions as to prayer given in the Mosaic law: the duty is rather taken for granted, as an adjunct to sacrifice, than enforced or elaborated. It is hardly conceivable that, even from the beginning public prayer did not follow every public sacrifice. Such a practice is alluded to in (Luke 1:10) as common; and in one instance, at the offering of the first-fruits, it was ordained in a striking form. (26:12-15) In later times it certainly grew into a regular service both in the temple and in the synagogue. But, besides this public prayer, it was the custom of all at Jerusalem to go up to the temple, at regular hours if possible, for private prayer, see (Luke 18:10; Acts 3:1) and those who were absent were wont to "open their windows toward Jerusalem," and pray "toward" the place of God's presence. (1 Kings 8:46-49; Psalms 5:7; 28:2; 138:2; Daniel 6:10) The regular hours of prayer seem to have been three (see) (Psalms 55:17; Daniel 6:10) "the evening," that is the ninth hour (Acts 3:1; 10:3) the hour of the evening sacrifice, (Daniel 9:21) the "morning," that is, the third hour (Acts 2:15) that of the morning sacrifice; and the sixth hour, or "noonday." Grace before meat would seem to have been a common practice. See (Matthew 15:36; Acts 27:35) The posture of prayer among the Jews seems to have been most often standing, (1 Samuel 1:26; Matthew 6:5; Mark 11:25; Luke 18:11) unless the prayer were offered with especial solemnity and humiliation, which was naturally expressed by kneeling, (1 Kings 8:54) comp. 2Chr 6:13; Ezra 9:5; Psal 95:8; Dani 6:10 Or prostration. (Joshua 7:6; 1 Kings 18:42; Nehemiah 8:6)
→ The only form of prayer given for perpetual use in the Old Testament is the one in (26:5-15) connected with the offering of tithes and first-fruits, and containing in simple form the important elements of prayer, acknowledgment of God's mercy, self-dedication and prayer for future blessing. To this may perhaps be added the threefold blessing of (Numbers 6:24-26) couched as it is in a precatory form, and the short prayer of Moses, (Numbers 10:35,36) at the moving and resting of the cloud the former of which was the germ of the 68th Psalm. But of the prayers recorded in the Old Testament the two most remarkable are those of Solomon at the dedication of the temple, (1 Kings 8:23-58) and of Joshua the high priest, and his colleagues, after the captivity. (Nehemiah 9:5-38) It appears from the question of the disciples in (Luke 11:1) and from Jewish tradition, that the chief teachers of the day gave special forms of prayer to their disciples as the badge of their discipleship and the best fruits of their learning. All Christian prayer is, of course, based on the Lord's Prayer; but its spirit is also guided by that of his prayer in Gethsemane and of the prayer recorded by St. John, (John 17:1) ... the beginning of Christ's great work of intercession. The influence of these prayers is more distinctly traced in the prayers contained in the epistles, see (Romans 16:25-27; Ephesians 3:14-21; Philemon 1:3-11; Colossians 1:9-15; Hebrews 13:20,21; 1 Peter 5:10,11) etc., than in those recorded in the Acts. The public prayer probably in the first instance took much of its form and style from the prayers of the synagogues. In the record on prayer accepted and granted by God, we observe, as always, a special adaptation to the period of his dispensation to which they belong. In the patriarchal period, they have the simple and childlike tone of domestic application for the ordinary and apparently trivial incidents of domestic life. In the Mosaic period they assume a more solemn tone and a national bearing, chiefly that of direct intercession for the chosen people. More rarely are they for individuals. A special class are those which precede and refer to the exercise of miraculous power. In the New Testament they have a more directly spiritual hearing. It would seem the intention of Holy Scripture to encourage all prayer more especially intercession, in all relations and for all righteous objects.
  

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That part of a petition in which the petitioners present their request for some action. The prayer must be clear, proper and respectful and the action requested must be within the jurisdiction of Parliament.

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Prayer is an invocation or act that seeks to activate a  rapport with a deity, an object of worship, or a spiritual entity through deliberate communication. Prayer can be a form of religious practice, may be either individual or communal and take place in public or in private. It may involve the use of words or song. When language is used, prayer may take the form of a hymn, incantation, formal creed, or a spontaneous utterance in the praying person. There are different forms of prayer such as petitionary prayer, prayers of supplication, thanksgiving, and worship/praise. Prayer may be directed towards a deity, spirit, deceased person, or lofty idea, for the purpose of worshipping, requesting guidance, requesting assistance, confessing sins or to express one's thoughts and emotions. Thus, people pray for many reasons such as personal benefit or for the sake of others. Yoga is also a common form of prayer.

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The request made to the court, usually at the end of a pleading, asking for the relief sought, such as granting a divorce or ordering financial support. For instance, you might say "the plaintiff respectfully requests this Honorable Court to...."

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Meaning
Relying on good fortune.
Origin
From the military. Aircraft that were sometimes returned to base in a badly damaged state with little but the prayers of the crew to keep them aloft.

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votum, prex precis

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Noun
1. the act of communicating with a deity (especially as a petition or in adoration or contrition or thanksgiving); "the priest sank to his knees in prayer"
(synonym) supplication
(hypernym) worship
(hyponym) devotion
(derivation) pray
2. reverent petition to a deity
(synonym) petition, orison
(hypernym) request, asking
(hyponym) prayer wheel
(derivation) pray
3. earnest or urgent request; "an entreaty to stop the fighting"; "an appeal for help"; "an appeal to the public to keep calm"
(synonym) entreaty, appeal
(hypernym) request, asking
(hyponym) adjuration
4. a fixed text used in praying
(hypernym) sacred text, sacred writing, religious writing, religious text
(hyponym) Agnus Dei
(derivation) pray
5. someone who prays to God
(synonym) supplicant
(hypernym) religionist, religious person
(hyponym) beadsman, bedesman
(derivation) pray


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To dream of saying prayers, or seeing others doing so, foretells you will be threatened with failure, which will take strenuous efforts to avert.
  

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paidir f.

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Adolwch = n. m. intreaty, prayer Erfyn = n. dim, a weapon; a tool, n. petition, prayer Gweddi = n. supplication, prayer

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prevention, or prayer, of God
  

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(v. i.)
The form of words used in praying; a formula of supplication; an expressed petition; especially, a supplication addressed to God; as, a written or extemporaneous prayer; to repeat one's prayers.
   (v. i.)
The act of praying, or of asking a favor; earnest request or entreaty; hence, a petition or memorial addressed to a court or a legislative body.
   (v. i.)
The act of addressing supplication to a divinity, especially to the true God; the offering of adoration, confession, supplication, and thanksgiving to the Supreme Being; as, public prayer; secret prayer.
   (n.)
One who prays; a supplicant.
  

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the portion at the end of the pleading which states the relief that is requested of the court.

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(1) Judaism has both free-form and fixed prayer. Free-form prayers can be offered to God at anytime and in anyplace. Fixed prayers are prayers that are said at specific times and which have fixed wording. These times include morning, afternoon, and evening, after meals, and of course prayers for the Sabbath and for holy days (holidays). (2) "The Prayer" is a name for the Eighteen Benedictions.

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n. A spell on the Cleric spell circle. Details are as follows.Spell #: 313Spell code: prayerEffect: +15 to TD, plus a bit of "luck" for dealing with manuever attacks.Duration: 30 seconds/levelCumulative Duration? No.Self-Cast Only? No.

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is converse with God; the intercourse of the soul with God, not in contemplation or meditation, but in direct address to him. Prayer may be oral or mental, occasional or constant, ejaculatory or formal. It is a "beseeching the Lord" (Ex. 32:11); "pouring out the soul before the Lord" (1 Sam. 1:15); "praying and crying to heaven" (2 Chr. 32:20); "seeking unto God and making supplication" (Job 8:5); "drawing near to God" (Ps. 73:28); "bowing the knees" (Eph. 3:14). Prayer presupposes a belief in the personality of God, his ability and willingness to hold intercourse with us, his personal control of all things and of all his creatures and all their actions. Acceptable prayer must be sincere (Heb. 10:22), offered with reverence and godly fear, with a humble sense of our own insignificance as creatures and of our own unworthiness as sinners, with earnest importunity, and with unhesitating submission to the divine will. Prayer must also be offered in the faith that God is, and is the hearer and answerer of prayer, and that he will fulfil his word, "Ask, and ye shall receive" (Matt. 7:7, 8; 21:22; Mark 11:24; John 14:13, 14), and in the name of Christ (16:23, 24; 15:16; Eph. 2:18; 5:20; Col. 3:17; 1 Pet. 2:5). Prayer is of different kinds, secret (Matt. 6:6); social, as family prayers, and in social worship; and public, in the service of the sanctuary. Intercessory prayer is enjoined (Num. 6:23; Job 42:8; Isa. 62:6; Ps. 122:6; 1 Tim. 2:1; James 5:14), and there are many instances on record of answers having been given to such prayers, e.g., of Abraham (Gen. 17:18, 20; 18:23-32; 20:7, 17, 18), of Moses for Pharaoh (Ex. 8:12, 13, 30, 31; Ex. 9:33), for the Israelites (Ex. 17:11, 13; 32:11-14, 31-34; Num. 21:7, 8; Deut. 9:18, 19, 25), for Miriam (Num. 12:13), for Aaron (Deut. 9:20), of Samuel (1 Sam. 7:5-12), of Solomon (1 Kings 8; 2 Chr. 6), Elijah (1 Kings 17:20-23), Elisha (2 Kings 4:33-36), Isaiah (2 Kings 19), Jeremiah (42:2-10), Peter (Acts 9:40), the church (12:5-12), Paul (28:8). No rules are anywhere in Scripture laid down for the manner of prayer or the attitude to be assumed by the suppliant. There is mention made of kneeling in prayer (1 Kings 8:54; 2 Chr. 6:13; Ps. 95:6; Isa. 45:23; Luke 22:41; Acts 7:60; 9:40; Eph. 3:14, etc.); of bowing and falling prostrate (Gen. 24:26, 52; Ex. 4:31; 12:27; Matt. 26:39; Mark 14:35, etc.); of spreading out the hands (1 Kings 8:22, 38, 54; Ps. 28:2; 63:4; 88:9; 1 Tim. 2:8, etc.); and of standing (1 Sam. 1:26; 1 Kings 8:14, 55; 2 Chr. 20:9; Mark 11:25; Luke 18:11, 13). If we except the "Lord's Prayer" (Matt. 6:9-13), which is, however, rather a model or pattern of prayer than a set prayer to be offered up, we have no special form of prayer for general use given us in Scripture. Prayer is frequently enjoined in Scripture (Ex. 22:23, 27; 1 Kings 3:5; 2 Chr. 7:14; Ps. 37:4; Isa. 55:6; Joel 2:32; Ezek. 36:37, etc.), and we have very many testimonies that it has been answered (Ps. 3:4; 4:1; 6:8; 18:6; 28:6; 30:2; 34:4; 118:5; James 5:16-18, etc.). "Abraham's servant prayed to God, and God directed him to the person who should be wife to his master's son and heir (Gen. 24:10-20). "Jacob prayed to God, and God inclined the heart of his irritated brother, so that they met in peace and friendship (Gen. 32:24-30; 33:1-4). "Samson prayed to God, and God showed him a well where he quenched his burning thirst, and so lived to judge Israel (Judg. 15:18-20). "David prayed, and God defeated the counsel of Ahithophel (2 Sam. 15:31; 16:20-23; 17:14-23). "Daniel prayed, and God enabled him both to tell Nebuchadnezzar his dream and to give the interpretation of it (Dan. 2: 16-23). "Nehemiah prayed, and God inclined the heart of the king of Persia to grant him leave of absence to visit and rebuild Jerusalem (Neh. 1:11; 2:1-6). "Esther and Mordecai prayed, and God defeated the purpose of Haman, and saved the Jews from destruction (Esther 4:15-17; 6:7, 8). "The believers in Jerusalem prayed, and God opened

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PRAYER - That part of a bill (in modern practice, complaint) which asks for relief.

The skill of the solicitor is to be exercised in framing this part of the bill. An accurate specification of the matters to be decreed in complicated cases, requires great discernment and experience; it is varied as the case is made out, concluding always with a prayer of general relief, at the discretion of the court.

PRAYER OF PROCESS - That part of a bill which prays that the defendant be compelled to appear and answer the bill, and abide the determination of the court on the subject, is called prayer of process. This prayer must contain the name's of all Persons who are intended to be made parties.

PRAYER FOR RELIEF - This is the name of that part of the bill, which, as the phrase imports, prays for relief. This prayer is either general or special but the general course is for the plaintiff to make a special prayer for particular relief to which he thinks himself entitled, and then to conclude with a prayer of general relief at the discretion of the court.
   

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Prayer in Greek
προσευχόμενος, προσευχή

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(Lex**) προσευχή

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Ουσ. προσευχή, δέηση, ικεσία, παράκληση//
δεόμενος, προσευχόμενος, ικέτης

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προσευχή

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Prayer in Esperanto
pregxo

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Prayer in Afrikaans
gebed

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Prayer in Chinese (s)
[E] prayer (n) [P] reza (f) [C] 祈祷

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Prayer in Luxembourgish
nf - Andacht (pl. Andachten); nn - Gebiet (pl. Gebieder); nf - Litanei (pl. Litaneien)

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Prayer in Interlingua
(entreaty) prece, supplica; (to God) precaria, prece, oration patre nostre

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Prayer in Arabic

N
صلاة = توسل ، تضرع ، ابتهال اداء الصلاة المصلى ، المتوسل الخ

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اسْم : صلاة . توسُّل . ابتهال


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ألاسم

دُعَاء ; دَعْوَة ; صَلَاة ; ضَرَاعَة


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Prayer in Visayan
pag'ampo(Verb) pag-ampo (Verb) pagpangadye

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Prayer in Indonesian
doa
my child #16

Dictionary source: Mas NDon English Indonesian Dictionary
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shalat, doa, orang yang berdoa, sembahyang

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doa
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Prayer in Spanish
plegaria | oración | rezo | ruego | súplica

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(Anglicanism) Libro de la oración común Padrenuestro (Buddhism) oración aspirativa, oración de aspiración devocionario, libro de oraciones; (Jews) libro de salmos banderas de oración molinillo de oración

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(n.) = rezo, oración, plegaria.
Ex: Finally, add the mass confusion wrought by the sudden appearance of a new technology in the library, with its practitioners chanting acronymic prayers, seemingly derived from a mushroom ritual.
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* house of prayer = casa de oración, casa de culto, templo.
* live on + a prayer = vivir con lo puesto, vivir a la buena de Dios, vivir a duras penas.
* not to have a prayer = no tener ni la más remota posibilidad, no tener ni la más mínima posibilidad.
* on a wing and a prayer = a la buena de Dios, con una oración en los labios, rezándole a Dios.
* prayer book = misal, devocionario.
* say + a prayer = rezar una oración, rezar una plegaria.
* The Lord's Prayer = el padrenuestro.


Dictionary source: English Spanish Dictionary (Granada University, Spain), 7.7
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plegaria, oración

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Prayer in Russian
№_1.: [n.]
1)
молитва
to say one's ~s молиться
2) просьба №_2.: [n.]
1)
молящийся
2) проситель

Dictionary source: English-Russian Dictionary (Morteza)
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(n) молитва

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Бог отвечает молящемуся; Бог внемлет мольбам; Ищите - и обрящете; Стучите - и откроется


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молитва, молящийся, мольба, молебен, проситель

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молящийся

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I n. 1. молитва 2. молебен 3. просьба; мольба II n. проситель

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Prayer in Papiamento
orashon

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Prayer in Dutch
gebed

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Prayer in Portuguese
desejo, súplica, oração
GUIA DO RIO Pai Nosso
Livros de IK doença, enfermidade, queixa, queixa-crime, petição inicial, (=motion, application, order, plea, prayer) pedido, (=petition, claim, pleading) petição
Livros de IK oração da alvorada
Livros de IK oração do pôr-do-sol
Livros de IK (=application, order, complaint, plea, prayer) pedido
Livros de IK não ter chance
GUIA DO RIO

Dictionary source: Ivo Korytowski's English-Portuguese Translator's Dictionary
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[teologia] oração [termos bíblicos] oração, prece

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Prayer in Turkish
dua

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dua, yakari, yakaris

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i. 1. dua. 2. namaz.

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i. 1. dua. 2. namaz.

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dua

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Prayer in Thai
ncu. เพร้เย่อ (ม.ต้น)
1. ผู้สวด
2. การสวด : Your prayer will be answered.
3. บทสวด : We say our prayers before going to bed.

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(แพร) n. การสวดมนต์,การอธิษฐาน,คำสวดมนต์,คำอธิษฐาน,การขอร้อง,การภาวนา,สิ่งที่อ้อนวอน,สิ่งที่ขอ,ผู้สวดมนต์,ผู้อธิษฐาน,ผู้วิงวอน

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สวดมนต์อ้อนวอน,อ้อนวอน

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Prayer in Vietnamese
1. Sự: cầu khấn, cầu nguyện, khẩn cầu 2. Lời cầu nguyện, nghi thức cầu nguyện; người cầu nguyện mental NNN Tâm nguyện, mặc nguyện, cầu nguyện trong trầm lặng NNN of appeal, NNN of petition Cầu ân vocal NNN Khẩu nguyện, cầu nguyện thành tiếng

Dictionary source: English Vietnamese Philosophy Dictionary
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◊ danh từ

▪ kinh cầu nguyện, sự cầu kinh, sự cầu nguyện

◦ to say one's prayers : cầu kinh, đọc kinh

◦ to kneel down in prayer : quỳ xuống cầu kinh

▪ ((thường) số nhiều) lễ cầu kinh, lễ cầu nguyện

◦ morning prayers : lễ cầu kinh buổi sáng

◦ evening prayers : lễ cầu kinh buổi chiều

▪ lời khẩn cầu, lời cầu xin; điều khẩn cầu, điều cầu xin

▪ người cầu kinh, người cầu nguyện; người khẩn cầu, người cầu xin



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Prayer in Italian
preghiera

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Prayer in Romanian
rugaciune

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1. ruga(ciune)
2. rugaminte , ruga , cerere
3. persoana care se roaga ; inchinator

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(th) pistol de vopsit
   (mas) pulverizator, injector
   (chim) pulverizator cu jet de abur
   (aut) autocisternă stropitoare; (hidr) etalier
  

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rugaciune; rugaminte; petitie

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cerere, petitie; persoana care se roaga; rugaciune; rugaminte

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Prayer in Catalan
s prec, súplica | oració, pregàriathe Lord's Prayer el Parenostre

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Prayer in Polish
modlitwa f to say one's prayers modlić się (pomodlić się perf )

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modlitwa

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modlitwa; błaganie; nabożeństwo

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Prayer in French
prayer [preB(r)] n prière f;
the Lord's prayer, le Notre Père;
prayer for the dead, prière pour les morts;
to say one's prayers, dire ou réciter ses prières;
Sch prayers, la prière du matin en commun; Church of Eng Morning/Evening prayer, office m du matin/du soir;
his prayer was granted, sa prière a été exaucée;
F he doesn't have a prayer, il n'a aucune chance;
prayer beads, chapelet m;
prayer book, livre m de messe, missel m ;
prayer mat/wheel, tapis m/moulin m à prières;
prayer meeting, réunion f pour prières en commun.

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oraison, prière

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Prayer in Bulgarian
просба;

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[prЁ@] n 1. молитва; 2. молба; at my ~ по моя молба.{2} ['prЁi@] n 1. молещ се; молител; 2. ам. разг. най-малък ша

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[prЁъ] n 1. молитва; 2. молба; at my ~ по моя молба. ['prЁiъ] n 1. молещ се; молител; 2. ам. разг. най-малък шанс за успех.

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Prayer in Croatian
molilac

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moljenje , oficij , molitven,a,o-- , molitven , molilac , čovjek koji moli , molba , molitva

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molilac

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Prayer in German
Gebet

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Prayer in Persian
تسبيح‌، دانه‌ هاي‌ تسبيح‌، (گ‌.ش‌.) لوبياي‌ گياه‌ چشم‌ خرو نماز، دعا، تقاضا

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نماز، تقاضا، دعا

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نماز،دعا،تقاضا
قانون ـ فقه : دعا
 کلمات مرتبط(23)  کلمات مرتبط(prayer):



بازگشت به واژه prayer


call to prayer 
 daily prayer 
eclipse prayer 
 fear prayer 
friday prayer 
 friday prayer leader 
funeral prayer 
 granting a prayer 
morning prayer 
nocturnal prayer 
 prayer beads 
prayer book 
 prayer carpet 
prayer ful 
 prayer in congregation 
prayer meeting 
 prayer niche 
supererogatory prayer 
 time for the second daily prayer 

 to bend the knee in prayer 
unit of prayer 



Dictionary source: English Persian Dictionary (Hojjat Rabiee)
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نماز ، دعا ،تقاضا اذان‌ تسبيح‌ ، دانه‌ هاي‌ تسبيح‌ ، ) گ‌.ش‌.( لوبياي‌ گياه‌ چشم‌ خروس‌ كتاب‌نماز،نماز نامه‌،دعا نامه‌ سجاده‌ پردعا انجمن‌ دعا)خواني‌( دعاي‌ خداوند ،دعاي‌ رباني‌

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.2)
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خواسته دعوي (بخشي از دادخواست تحت اين عنوان)

Dictionary source: Mokhtari English Persian Law Dictionary
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‘®‘ى—ٹ ‘ن¢ ٹ ¥‘ُ÷call to p.=ِگ£گlord's p.=¢÷ّگ¢، ‎‘ن¢morning p.=¢گ¢ُ‘“ ¥‘ُ÷nocturnal p.=’ھ ¥‘ُ÷ٹù÷‘“ھ ¥‘ُ÷the loard's p.=ü÷‘“¤ ‎‘ن¢ٹ ¢÷ّگ¢، ‎‘ن¢ ِگ£گ §ّ¤، ôھ‌ ù‘‏ً ‎‘‏“َّ (.©.ï ) ٹ ‍‏“¨— ‎‘û ù÷گ¢ ٹ ‍‏“¨— ùُ‘÷ ‘ن¢ٹùُ‘÷ ¥‘ُ÷ٹ¥‘ُ÷’‘—î ù¢‘›¨ ‘ن¢¤• (ü÷گّ،)‘ن¢ ُِ›÷گ ü÷‘“¤ ‎‘ن¢ٹ ¢÷ّگ¢، ‎‘ن¢

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Prayer in Hmong
n. Tus neeg thov ntuj; tus neeg thov tim tswv

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Prayer in Hungarian
imádság, ima, kérelem, kérés

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ima; imádság; kérelem; kérés; könyörgés

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imádság,ima,könyörgés,kérés,kérelem

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Prayer in Hebrew
(ש"ע) תפילה.

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Prayer in Serbian
Molitva-Molba-Molitelj-Molilac

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Prayer in Albanian
///

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Prayer in Mongolian
n. мєргєл, залбирал, тарни.

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залбирал, даатгал, мөргөл, мөргөлч, залбирагч

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Prayer in Swedish
bön

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Prayer in Urdu
n. do^a/iltimaas/namaaz

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n.
1. the act التجا- استدعا- درخواست- التماس- عرض- حاجت- نياز
2. thanksgiving to God نماز- دعا- صلوات- وظيفہ- مناجات- استتي- عبادت- بھجن- پوجا پاٹ
3. the form of words used in praying نماز کي عبارت- وظيفہ- بھجن
to say one's prayers backward الٹي مالا پھيرنا- الٹي سيفي پھيرنا


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Prayer in Slovak
prošnja, molitev; Lord's Prayer očenaš

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Prayer in Ukrainian
(n) молитва; прохання

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