disembodied soul

  • 1 Soul — Soul, n. [OE. soule, saule, AS. s[=a]wel, s[=a]wl; akin to OFries. s?le, OS. s?ola, D. ziel, G. seele, OHG. s?la, s?ula, Icel. s[=a]la, Sw. sj[ a]l, Dan. si[ae]l, Goth. saiwala; of uncertain origin, perhaps akin to L. saeculum a lifetime, age (cf …

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  • 2 Soul bell — Soul Soul, n. [OE. soule, saule, AS. s[=a]wel, s[=a]wl; akin to OFries. s?le, OS. s?ola, D. ziel, G. seele, OHG. s?la, s?ula, Icel. s[=a]la, Sw. sj[ a]l, Dan. si[ae]l, Goth. saiwala; of uncertain origin, perhaps akin to L. saeculum a lifetime,… …

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  • 3 Soul foot — Soul Soul, n. [OE. soule, saule, AS. s[=a]wel, s[=a]wl; akin to OFries. s?le, OS. s?ola, D. ziel, G. seele, OHG. s?la, s?ula, Icel. s[=a]la, Sw. sj[ a]l, Dan. si[ae]l, Goth. saiwala; of uncertain origin, perhaps akin to L. saeculum a lifetime,… …

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  • 4 Soul scot — Soul Soul, n. [OE. soule, saule, AS. s[=a]wel, s[=a]wl; akin to OFries. s?le, OS. s?ola, D. ziel, G. seele, OHG. s?la, s?ula, Icel. s[=a]la, Sw. sj[ a]l, Dan. si[ae]l, Goth. saiwala; of uncertain origin, perhaps akin to L. saeculum a lifetime,… …

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  • 5 Soul shot — Soul Soul, n. [OE. soule, saule, AS. s[=a]wel, s[=a]wl; akin to OFries. s?le, OS. s?ola, D. ziel, G. seele, OHG. s?la, s?ula, Icel. s[=a]la, Sw. sj[ a]l, Dan. si[ae]l, Goth. saiwala; of uncertain origin, perhaps akin to L. saeculum a lifetime,… …

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  • 6 soul — soullike, adj. /sohl/, n. 1. the principle of life, feeling, thought, and action in humans, regarded as a distinct entity separate from the body, and commonly held to be separable in existence from the body; the spiritual part of humans as… …

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  • 7 soul — /soʊl / (say sohl) noun 1. the principle of life, feeling, thought, and action in humans, regarded as a distinct entity separate from the body, and commonly held to be separable in existence from the body; the spiritual part of humans as distinct …

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  • 8 soul — n 1. spirit, animating principle, vital spirit, pneuma, breath of life, anima, life; consciousness, psyche, mind, intellect, Gk. Philos. nous; reason, understanding, intelligence; self, ego, inner self, true being. 2. ghost, wraith, disembodied… …

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  • 9 soul — [[t]soʊl[/t]] n. 1) rel the principle of life, feeling, thought, and action in humans, regarded as a distinct entity separate from the body; the spiritual part of humans as distinct from the physical 2) rel the spiritual part of humans regarded… …

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  • 10 soul — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. psyche, spirit, mind; vital principle; essence; person, mortal, individual; ego; nobility, courage, heart, fire, élan; genius. See humanity, intellect. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [A disembodied spirit] Syn …

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  • 11 soul — n. 1. Mind, spirit, inner man. 2. Life, vital principle, animating principle, seat of life, source of action. 3. Essence, principal part, essential part, best part, chief part, vital principle, spirit. 4. Leader, inspirer. 5. Individual, person,… …

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  • 12 BODY AND SOUL — Judaism s view of man as the crown of a very good creation entails a positive attitude towards the body, which is to be guided by the soul so as to sanctify the physical. The Bible appreciates physical prowess and beauty, while regulating sexual… …

    Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • 13 List of Soul Reapers in Bleach — This is a list of Soul Reaper (死神, Shinigami?, literally, Death god ) characters featured in the anime and manga series Bleach, created by Tite Kubo. Soul Reapers are a fictional race of spirits who govern the flow of souls between the human… …

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  • 14 Christian mortalism — incorporates the belief that the human soul is not naturally immortal,[1][2][3][4][5] and the belief that the soul is uncomprehending during the time between bodily death and Judgment Day resurrection …

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  • 15 Thomas Aquinas — Brian Davies OP Thomas Aquinas, son of Landulf d’Aquino and his wife Theodora, was born sometime between 1224 and 1226 in what was then the Kingdom of Naples.1 After a childhood education at the Benedictine monastery of Monte Cassino, he studied… …

    History of philosophy

  • 16 Paris arts faculty (The): Siger of Brabant, Boethius of Dacia, Radulphus Brito — The Paris arts faculty: Siger of Brabant, Boethius of Dacia, Radulphus Brito Sten Ebbesen Throughout the thirteenth century Paris overshadowed all other universities in the arts as in theology. This chapter will deal almost exclusively with Paris …

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  • 17 ghost — ghostily, adv. ghostlike, adj. /gohst/, n. 1. the soul of a dead person, a disembodied spirit imagined, usually as a vague, shadowy or evanescent form, as wandering among or haunting living persons. 2. a mere shadow or semblance; a trace: He s a… …

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  • 18 Ghost — A ghost is said to be the apparition of a deceased person, frequently similar in appearance to that person, and usually encountered in places she or he frequented, the place of his or her death, or in association with the person s former… …

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  • 19 death — /deth/, n. 1. the act of dying; the end of life; the total and permanent cessation of all the vital functions of an organism. Cf. brain death. 2. an instance of this: a death in the family; letters published after his death. 3. the state of being …

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  • 20 Somnium Scipionis — This page is about a story by Cicero. For the book by Iain Pears, see The Dream of Scipio (book). Scipio Africanus the Elder, who in Cicero s story appears to his grandson and tells him of the universe and his destiny. The Dream of Scipio (Latin …

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