Apollyon

  • 1 Apollyon — (a Greek name for Destroyer Απολλυων, from απολλυειν meaning to destroy ) is equated in the New Testament s Book of Revelation with the Beast.Fact|date=September 2008 The term Apollyon was often associated by early Christians with The Devil, and… …

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  • 2 Apollyon — Datos generales Nombre real Ole Jørgen Moe Nacimiento …

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  • 3 Apollyon — Аполлион …

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  • 4 Apollyon — [ə päl′yən] n. [Gr apollyōn, destroying, ruining < apollyein, to destroy < apo , from + lyein, to LOOSE] Bible in Revelation, the angel of the abyss; Abaddon: Rev. 9:11 …

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  • 5 Apollyon — A*pol ly*on, n. [Gr. ? destroying, fr. ?, ?, to destroy utterly; ? from, entirely + ? to destroy.] The Destroyer; a name used (Rev. ix. 11) for the angel of the bottomless pit, answering to the Hebrew Abaddon. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 6 Apollyon — (gr.), ein Verderber (Offenb. Joh. 9,11); auf Napoleon gedeutet …

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  • 7 Apollyon — Apollyon, griech., der Verderber …

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  • 8 APOLLYON — Hebr. Abaddon, Latin. perdens, vel destruens. Apocal. c. 9. v. 11 …

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  • 9 Apollyon — destroying angel of the bottomless pit (a name sometimes given to the Devil), late 14c., from prp. of Gk. apollyein to destroy utterly (from apo from, away from + olluein to destroy ); a translation of Heb. ABADDON (Cf. Abaddon) (q.v.) …

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  • 10 Apollyon — Abaddon Le nom Abaddon provient du mot hébreu אבדון, signifiant « destruction » ou « abîme ». Le nom grec correspondant est Apollyon (le destructeur). Ce nom est utilisé comme nom propre pour désigner l ange exterminateur de l …

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  • 11 Apollyon — noun Etymology: Greek Apollyōn Date: 14th century the angel of the bottomless pit in the Book of Revelation …

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  • 12 Apollyon — Abaddon (vom hebräisch abad „Untergang, Vertilgung, Abgrund“ über griech. abaton „Grube“). Schon im Alten Testament ist des Öfteren die Rede von Abaddon, immer im engen Zusammenhang mit dem Scheol (Hi 26,6 EU; 28,22 EUund Ps 88,11 …

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  • 13 Apollyon — /euh pol yeuhn/, n. the destroyer; the angel of the bottomless pit; Abaddon. Rev. 9:11. [ < Gk apollýon (prp. of apollýnai to utterly destroy), equiv. to ap AP 2 + olly destroy + on prp. suffix] * * * …

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  • 14 Apollyon — Ap|ol|ly|on der; s <aus gr. apollýōn »der Verderbende«> Todesengel (nach spätjüdischer Vorstellung) …

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  • 15 Apollyon — A•pol•lyon [[t]əˈpɒl yən[/t]] n. bib the angel of the bottomless pit. Rev. 9:11 • Etymology: < Gk apollýōn, prp. of apollýnai to utterly destroy …

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  • 16 apollyon — əˈpälyən, lēən noun ( s) Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: after Apollyon, “the angel of the bottomless pit” (Rev 9:11) : devil 1 …

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  • 17 Apollyon — Apollўon (grch.), der Verderber, Todesengel; in der Offenbarung des Johannes Name des Abaddon …

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  • 18 Apollyon — noun The destroying angel of the underworld, the undoer or disintegrator …

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  • 19 Apollyon —    Destroyer, the name given to the king of the hosts represented by the locusts (Rev. 9:11). It is the Greek translation of the Hebrew Abaddon (q.v.) …

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  • 20 Apollyon — Angel of the Bottomless Pit; also, hell itself. Hell seemed powerfully real at this time. The terror of spending eternity in hell added greatly to the universal fear of death. The fires were not considered to be metaphorical but to be real: it… …

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