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Sacred in English
holy, worthy of reverence; sanctified, consecrated; pertaining to religion

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Sacred in Greek
ιερός, θρησκευτικός

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Sacred in Chinese (s)
神的, 宗教的; 不可侵犯的; 神圣的; 庄严的

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Sacred in Chinese (t)
神的, 宗教的; 不可侵犯的; 神聖的; 莊嚴的

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Sacred in Arabic
مقدس, قدسي, ديني, حرم, مكرس لعبادة الله, مكرس لشخص ما

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Sacred in Spanish
sacro, consagrado, divino, hierático, santo

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Sacred in Russian
священный, святой, духовный, неприкосновенный, посвященный

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Sacred in Dutch
heilig; geheiligd; religieus; godsdienstig

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Sacred in Portuguese
sagrado; consagrado; religioso; de religião

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Sacred in Turkish
kutsal, mübarek, mukaddes, dinsel

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Sacred in Italian
sacro, consacrato; santo; (fig) sacrosanto, inviolabile

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Sacred in French
sacré; saint; religieux

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Sacred in German
heilig; geheiligt; geistlich; religiös

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Sacred in Japanese
神聖な; ささげられた; 宗教的な

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Sacred in Hebrew
קדוש; מקודש; של קדושה; דתי, של דת

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Sacred in Korean
거룩한; 신성한; 종교의

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Sacred in Swedish
helig; helgad; det heliga; religiös, andlig

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Animals, Sacred Many ancient peoples have attached great importance to animals in their rituals; and they may have had facts to support their theories. If the hierarchical system of the universe is a reality, it follows that every animal is a feeble representative on its plane of comic potencies that descend from lofty sources. Ceremonial magic, however, may be better suited to one age than to another; so that it may be better to explain than to attempt to reintroduce the ancient practices as to the use of sacred animals in ritual.
It is equally true that such words as lion, bull, and scorpion are often used in occult writings to denote, not the physical animals, but the potencies to which they correspond. Zodiac means the circle of (sacred) animals. As man himself is on this earth the model and storehouse of all forms, those as yet unexpressed as well as those which have already appeared, he had in his own composition the ideal forms and attributes of all the various animals who in eons of past history as stocks were derivatives from him as their superior. See also Zoolatry
Fire Fire has been venerated in all ages as the symbol of spirit as opposed to matter. Its essence or substance is spirit; with essential or substantial air or water -- considered as primordial elements -- it becomes soul; with the further addition of the element earth, it becomes animated bodies because ensouled and enlivened with the attributes and qualities of the preceding more ethereal elements. Great importance was attached in ancient times to keeping alive the sacred fires of hearth and altar. In all this it was recognized that terrestrial fire is the representative of celestial fire, a phase of cosmic consciousness. Deity is often spoken of as the cosmic fire of consciousness.
The ancient conception of fire thus embraced far more than the ordinary view of fire as chemical combustion or one of its phenomena. Among all the older peoples fire was multitudinous in both characteristics and attributes, ranging from divine-spiritual intellectuality through all intermediate stages of its manifestations to the physical heat arising from the burning of material such as wood, or the natural heat of the body. It is for this reason that certain ancient philosophers, such as Heracleitos, spoke of fire as the primordial element of the universe, in close accord with the archaic outlook.
Fire is the active, energic, vitalizing, quickening principle on all planes. It is often paired with water as spirit and form; contrasted with earth, as celestial and terrestrial; air is spoken of as its vehicle, as is also aether, because the root of cosmic aether is the celestial fire.
to be continue "Fire2 " Sacred Heart In modern times a Roman Catholic cult which uses the heart as a symbol, especially the heart of Jesus, to which they address devotions. From time to time there have been various Christians who have particularly stressed this aspect of their religious views, among them St. Gertrude and St. Francis of Sales (17th century) who gave this symbol to his order as its object. By edict of Pope Pius IX (1856) the day is observed in the general calendar of the Church.
In ancient times the heart was also a sacred symbol, in Egypt associated with Horus, in Babylon, with Bel, while in Greece the lacerated heart was connected with Bacchus. "Its symbol was the persea. The pear-like shape of its fruit, and of its kernel especially, resembles the heart in form. It is sometimes seen on the head of Isis, the mother of Horus, the fruit being cut open and the heart-like kernel exposed to full view" (TG 283).
Sleep, Sacred The sleep of the neophyte when he is thrown into oblivion by magical processes and draughts of soma remaining entranced as through dead for several days while he becomes the receptacle for divine communications from his Augoeides (IU 1:357). What he reveals while in this state is not known to him, nor to anyone but the few adepts privileged to be present. The same thing is referred to by Isaiah, in describing the purification necessary for a prophet: "Then flew one of the seraphims unto me having a live coal in his hand . . . and he laid it upon my mouth, and said, Lo, this hath touched thy lips; and thine iniquity is taken away, and thy sin purged" (6:6, 7). The state is in some respects different from the trance of the priestesses of Delphi, exhibited before the multitude.
Soma (Sanskrit) In Hinduism, the moon astronomically; mystically, a sacred beverage of initiates, "made from a rare mountain plant by initiated Brahmans" (TG 304). As the moon, Soma is an occult mystery, for the moon as a symbol stands for both good and evil, yet more often a symbol of evil than of good. Astrologically, Soma is the regent of the invisible or occult moon, while Indu represents the physical moon. "Soma is the mystery god and presides over the mystic and occult nature in man and the Universe" (SD 2:45). Soma or lunar worship was once purely occult and its rites were based upon a minute and profound knowledge of nature.
According to Hindu tradition, Soma as a sacred juice gave mystic visions and trance-revelations, the result of which union was Budha (esoteric wisdom). This sacred beverage was drunk by Brahmins and initiates during their mysteries and sacrificial rites.
"The 'Soma' plant is the asclepias acida, which yields a juice from which that mystic beverage, the Soma drink, is made. Alone the descendants of the Rishis, the Agnihotri (the fire priests) of the great mysteries knew all its powers. But the real property of the true Soma was (and is) to make a new man of the Initiate, after he is reborn, namely once that he begins to live in his astral body . . .; for, his spiritual nature overcoming the physical, he would soon snap it off and part even from that etherealized form. . . .
to be continue "Soma2 " Spark A scintilla or atom of fire. Fire in its septenary or denary forms exists on all planes, so that we hear of sparks in various senses. Atman is the homogeneous divine spark which radiates in millions of rays, in their aggregate producing the primeval seven. The same idea in more mechanical form is found in Lucretius, who says that all fires come from the one scintilla. Sparks may be worlds, monads, or even atoms, though the word usually means the jiva within the atom. The divine spark hangs from the flame by the finest thread of fohat and journeys through the seven worlds of maya, passing upwards in its evolutionary course through the animate kingdoms. In man it is the monad in conjunction with the aroma of manas, and is called a jiva; it is that which remains from each personality and hangs by a thread from atman. The personalities are like the sparks that dance on moonlit waves -- fleeting reflections of their spiritual prototype.
With the Hebrews, the 'elohim, sparks, and cherubs are the devas, and fires and flames, and the rishis, the rudras and the 49 agnis or fires. In the Chaldean Book of Numbers, the Worker's Hammer strikes sparks from the flint (space), which become worlds. The sparks are the seven wicks of the divine flame. Terrestrial creative and generative fire are created by friction, and this is the analog of the celestial fire latent in, the union of buddhi and manas. to be continue "Spark2 "


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sacred
\sa"cred\ (?), a. [originally p. p. of oe. sacren to consecrate, f. sacrer, fr. l. sacrare, fr. sacer sacred, holy, cursed. cf. consecrate, execrate, saint, sexton.]
1. set apart by solemn religious ceremony; especially, in a good sense, made holy; set apart to religious use; consecrated; not profane or common; as, a sacred place; a sacred day; sacred service.
2. relating to religion, or to the services of religion; not secular; religious; as, sacred history. smit with the love of sacred song.
3. designated or exalted by a divine sanction; possessing the highest title to obedience, honor, reverence, or veneration; entitled to extreme reverence; venerable. such neighbor nearness to our sacred [royal] blood should nothing privilege him. poet and saint to thee alone were given, the two most sacred names of earth and heaven. owley.
4. hence, not to be profaned or violated; inviolable. secrets of marriage still are sacred held.
5. consecrated; dedicated; devoted; -- with to. a temple, sacred to the queen of love.
6. solemnly devoted, in a bad sense, as to evil, vengeance, curse, or the like; accursed; baleful. [archaic] but, to destruction sacred and devote.

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 sacred bean 
 sacred lotus 
 sacred bull 
 sacred writing 
 the sacred college 
 sacred canon 

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SACRED was a Cubesat built by the Student Satellite Program of the University of Arizona. It was the product of the work of about 50 students, ranging from college freshmen to Ph. D. students, over the course of several years. It was launched, after being postponed several times, on board a Dnepr on July 26, 2006. The launch was a failure.

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divinus, sanctus

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Adjective
1. concerned with religion or religious purposes; "sacred texts"; "sacred rites"; "sacred music"
(antonym) profane
(similar) ineffable, unnameable, unspeakable, unutterable
(see-also) consecrated, consecrate, dedicated
2. worthy of respect or dedication; "saw motherhood as woman's sacred calling"
(similar) worthy
3. made or declared or believed to be holy; devoted to a deity or some religious ceremony or use; "a consecrated chursh"; "the sacred mosque"; "sacred elephants"; "sacred bread and wine"; "sanctified wine"
(synonym) consecrated, sanctified
(similar) holy
4. worthy of religious veneration; "the sacred name of Jesus"; "Jerusalem's hallowed soil"
(synonym) hallowed
(similar) holy
5. (often followed by `to') devoted exclusively to a single use or purpose or person; "a fund sacred to charity"; "a morning hour sacred to study"; "a private office sacred to the President"
(similar) dedicated


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      cedars      scared

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Something set apart from the everyday world which inspires attitudes of awe or reverence among believers (see also PROFANE).

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1. Hallowed, holy, consecrated, divine.
2. Religious.
3. Dedicated, devoted, consecrated.
4. Inviolable, inviolate.
5. Venerable, sainted.


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adj. Reserved for the exclusive use of something (an extension of the standard meaning). Often means that anyone may look at the sacred object, but clobbering it will screw whatever it is sacred to. The comment "Register 7 is sacred to the interrupt handler" appearing in a program would be interpreted by a hacker to mean that if any other part of the program changes the contents of register 7, dire consequences are likely to ensue.

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Sacred, (adj.)

Dedicated to some religious purpose; having a divine character; inspiring solemn thoughts or emotions; as, the Dalai Lama of Thibet; the Moogum of M'bwango; the temple of Apes in Ceylon; the Cow in India; the Crocodile, the Cat and the Onion of ancient Egypt; the Mufti of Moosh; the hair of the dog that bit Noah, etc.

All things are either sacred or profane.
The former to ecclesiasts bring gain;
The latter to the devil appertain.

Dumbo Omohundro
  

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Cysegrlan = a. consecrate, sacred Offeren = n. sacred service; mass Urdd = n. sacred order; rank Urddasol = a. sacred; dignified

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Fear of saints or holy things Fear of priests or sacred things

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(a.)
Solemnly devoted, in a bad sense, as to evil, vengeance, curse, or the like; accursed; baleful.
   (a.)
Set apart by solemn religious ceremony; especially, in a good sense, made holy; set apart to religious use; consecrated; not profane or common; as, a sacred place; a sacred day; sacred service.
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Relating to religion, or to the services of religion; not secular; religious; as, sacred history.
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Hence, not to be profaned or violated; inviolable.
   (a.)
Designated or exalted by a divine sanction; possessing the highest title to obedience, honor, reverence, or veneration; entitled to extreme reverence; venerable.
   (a.)
Consecrated; dedicated; devoted; -- with to.
  

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(jocular) place of great significance: “that sacred site of Australian sport - the SCG”

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religious music

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Sacred in Greek
ιερός, απαραβίαστος, σεβαστός

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(Lex). όσιος, ιερός

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Επίθ. ιερός, άγιος, που αναφέρεται στη θρησκεία//
αφιερωμένος, //
σεβαστός

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Sacred in Esperanto
adj. sankta

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sankta

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Sacred in Chinese (s)

['seikrid] a.神圣的;宗教的;庄严的

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[E] sacred (a) [P] sagrado (a) [C] 神圣的

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Sacred in Luxembourgish
adj - geeschtlech; helleg

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Sacred in Interlingua
sacrate, sacre

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Sacred in Arabic

ADJ
مكرّس أو مخصّص لعبادة الاله = مكرّس لشخص أوشئ أو غرض مقدس دينيّ

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صِفَة : مكرَّس . مقدَّس . دينيّ
الشَّهْرُ الحَرَام

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الصفة

حَرَام ; قُدْسِيّ ; مُتَقَدِّس ; مُقَدَّس


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Sacred in Visayan
sagrados

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Sacred in Estonian
püha

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Sacred in Indonesian
berkenaan dengan tuhan/agama/suci/kudus/keramat

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suci
my child #19

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sakral, keramat

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keramat, holy, possessing supernatural qualities, shrine, sacred spot
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Sacred in Spanish
sagrado

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sagrado

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Sacro Colegio (cardenalicio) (Papio hamadryas) papión sagrado nelumbio (Ficus religiosa) pipal, higuera de agua, árbol del bo; (Buddhism) árbol de la Bodhi (Threskiornis aethiopica, Threskiornis aethiopicus) ibis sagrado (Hind) cordón sagrado hierba sagrada

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(adj.) = sagrado.
Ex: Sacred scriptures are entered under uniform title as main entry.
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* sacred book = libro sagrado.
* sacred cow = vaca sagrada.
* sacred fire = fuego sagrado.
* sacred scripture = sagrada escritura, libro sagrado.


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sagrado

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Sacred in Russian
[adj.]
1)
священный, святой
2) духовный (о музыке)
3) неприкосновенный
4) посвящённый (кому-л. — to)

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(a) неприкосновенный; священный

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святая Троица


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священный, неприкосновенный, посвященный

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священный

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a. 1. священный; святой; it's my sacred duty to do this - мой священный долг сделать это - sacred music 2. неприкосновенный 3. посвященный (to) Syn: blessed, consecrated, divine, hallowed, holy Ant: lay, temporal, worldly

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Sacred in Papiamento
dibino, sagrado, santo, santu

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Sacred in Dutch
sacraal, heilig, gewijd, geheiligd

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Sacred in Turkish
kutsal

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dinsel; kutsal; bozulmamasi gerken, kutsal

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s. 1. kutsal. 2. dinsel, dini.

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s. 1. kutsal. 2. dinsel, dini.

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kutsal

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Sacred in Thai
adj. เซ้กเคร็ด (ม.ต้น)
1. ศักดิ์สิทธิ์, เป็นที่สักการะ : A church is a sacred place.

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(เซ'คริด) adj. ศักดิ์สิทธิ์,เกี่ยวกับการบูชาในทางศาสนา,เกี่ยวกับศาสนา,เป็นที่สักการบูชา,ล่วงละเมิดไม่ได้,ล่วงเกินไม่ได้ คำศัพท์ย่อย: sacredness n. คำที่มีความหมายเหมือนกัน: hallow

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อันเป็นที่สักการะในทางศาสนา,(หน้าที่) ที่จะต้องปฎิบัติด้วยความเคารพ,จะทำอันตรายมิได้

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Sacred in Vietnamese
1. Thuộc: thánh, thần thánh, phạm vi tôn giáo, dâng hiến thần, hiến tế, 2. Tế tự, cúng tế

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◊ tính từ

▪ (thuộc) thánh; thần thánh, của thần

◦ sacred book : sách thánh

◦ sacred poetry : thánh thi

◦ sacred horse : ngựa thần

◦ sacred war : cuộc chiến tranh thần thánh

▪ thiêng liêng, bất khả xâm phạm

◦ a sacred duty : nhiệm vụ thiêng liêng

◦ the sacred right to self-determination : quyền tự quyết bất khả xâm phạm



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Sacred in Italian
santo

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Sacred in Romanian
sfant;sfintit;sacru

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1. sacru , sfint ; sfintit ; sfintit
2. (d. muzica etc.) sacru , religios
3. sacru , scump
4. sacru , de neatins ; inviolabil ; ferit

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sacru

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dedicat, consacrat, închinat; sacru, sfintit

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Sacred in Catalan
adj ANTROPOL sagrat

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adj sagrat -ada

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Sacred in Polish
adj (music, writings ) sakralny (animal, calling, duty ) święty She saw motherhood as woman's sacred calling... sacred cow (fig ) święta krowa f sacrifice (offering ) składanie nt ofiary ...a law banning the sacrifice of animals... (animal etc offered ) ofiara f (fig ) poświęcenie nt , wyrzeczenie nt ...a mother's day-to-day sacrifices for her children. vt składać (złożyć perf ) w ofierze , składać (złożyć perf ) ofiarę z +gen (fig ) poświęcać (poświęcić perf ) to make sacrifices (for sb) poświęcać się (dla kogoś)

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święty

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Sacred in French
sacred ['seNkrNd] adj
(a)(lieu etc) sacré;
sacred to the memory of ..., consacré à la mémoire de ...;
(b)Rel sacré, saint; (musique, procession) religieux;
sacred books, livres mpl d'Église, livres saints;
the sacred Heart, le Sacré-Cœur;
sacred cow, Rel vache sacrée; Fig institution f intouchable;
(c)(of promise, duty etc) sacré, inviolable;
nothing was sacred to him, il ne respectait rien.

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sacré, saint

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Sacred in Bulgarian
свещен; религиозен; свети; неприкосновен;

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['seikrid] а 1. свещен, свят; ~ music религиозна/ църковна муз

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['seikrid] а 1. свещен, свят; ~ music религиозна/ църковна музика; 2. посветен (to); ~ to the memory of в памет на (надпис на надгробен паметник); З. свят, ненарушим; неприкосновен; ~ cow разг. непогрешим човек/организания.

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Sacred in Croatian
svet

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svet , sakralni , posvećen

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sveti

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Sacred in German
heilig

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Sacred in Persian
مقدس‌، روحاني‌، خاص‌، موقوف‌، وقف‌ شده‌

Dictionary source: Salaty English Persian Dictionary (Text )
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Dictionary source: Salaty English Persian Dictionary (Graphics)
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موقوف، وقف شده، مقدس، خاص، روحاني

Dictionary source: HmT English Persian Dictionary
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مقدس ،روحانى ،خاص ،موقوف ،وقف شده
 کلمات مرتبط(12)  کلمات مرتبط(sacred):



بازگشت به واژه sacred


being in the sacred state 
sacred books 
 sacred cow 
sacred ibis 
 sacred place 
sacred places 
 sacred to 
sacred to god 
 the holy(or sacred) writ 
the sacred mosque 
 the sacred state pilgrimage to mecca 
to swear by all that is sacred 



Dictionary source: English Persian Dictionary (Hojjat Rabiee)
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مقدس‌ ، روحاني‌ ، خاص‌ ، موقوف‌ ، وقف‌ شده‌ كتابهاي‌ مقدس‌،كتب‌ مقدسه‌ شخص‌ مصون‌ از انتقاد ،گاو مقدس‌ لك‌لك‌ مصري‌ ، لكلك‌ نيل‌ اماكن‌ متبركه‌،جاهاي‌ مقدس‌ خاص‌ خدا،موقوف‌ بخدا

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.2)
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ù¢ھ éىّ ٹ éّىُّ ٹ «‘، ٹ ü÷‘ںّ¤ ٹ §¢ىُ ù¨¢ىُ ’—îٹ§¢ىُ ‎‘ْ“‘—î §¢ىُ ّ‘ًٹ ¢‘ى—÷گ ¥گ ِّ¬ُ «،ھ ٌ‏÷ يَîَ ٹ ‎¤¬ُ يَيَ §¢ىُ ‎‘û‘›ٹù—ُ ِî‘ُگ گ¢،“ éّىُّٹگ¢، «‘،

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.1)
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Sacred in Hungarian
szentelt, szentesített, szentséges

Dictionary source: English-Hungarian Dictionary
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szent

Dictionary source: English-Hungarian Dictionary (Száraz)
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szent

Dictionary source: English Hungarian Dictionary (Csorvassy)
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Sacred in Hebrew
(ש"ת) קדוש, מקודש.

Dictionary source: English Hebrew Paganism Dictionary
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Sacred in Serbian
Sveti

Dictionary source: English Serbian Dictionary
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Sacred in Albanian
shënjtor

Dictionary source: English Albanian Dictionary
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Sacred in Mongolian
adj. 1. ариун, нандин. 2. зориулсан. A monument ~ to the memory of Newton. Ньютоны дурсгалд зориулсан хєшєє. 3. хєндєшгїй, халдашгїй.

Dictionary source: Temuka's English-Mongolian Dictionary
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ариун, дархан, онгон, халдашгүй, нандин, зориулагдсан, хөндөшгүй

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Sacred in Swedish
religiös, helgad, helig

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Sacred in Urdu
a. diini/muqaddas/mutabarrak

Dictionary source: English-Urdu dictionary
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adj.
1. consecrated ،قدس- مجيد- پاک- پوتر- متبرک
2. religious مذہبي- ديني
3. venerable ةواجب التعظيم- معظم- شريف
4. not violable مستحکم- اٹل- اچل- مضبوط
5. dedicated منسوب- موسوم- آرپن- نمت- ہيت
6. accursed ملعون- لعين


Dictionary source: English-Urdu Dictionary v0.91b
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Sacred in Slovak
posvečen, svet

Dictionary source: Bidirectional English Slovenian Dictionary
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Sacred in Ukrainian
(a) недоторканий; священний

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