הִשׁתַנוּת, שִׁנוּי צוּרָה, גִלגוּל, גִלגוּל נְשָׁמוֹת
Noun(1) (Christianity(2) (New Testament(3) a striking change in appearance or character or circumstances(4) the act of transforming so as to exalt or glorify
(1) Between these two ordinary skins lies the means of their transfiguration : graphics and fibre-optics.(2) What Cherry leaves us with is the understanding that poetry must be part of this memory, this pain without which spiritual transfiguration cannot begin.(3) So the music that accompanies Isolde's death is her transfiguration , and the repetition of the Tristan chord shows that she dies of love's sorrow.(4) After a couple of minutes, the music undergoes a magical transfiguration : it's as though Exeter Cathedral's stained-glass angels had taken wing, soaring up to the heavens.(5) Ultimately, it is about the subtle transfiguration of everyday details and the collapse of reason and communication.(6) in this light the junk undergoes a transfiguration; it shines(7) Two major techniques are the transfiguration of classical fairytales, and the integration of traditional motifs with contemporary references within atypical settings and plotlines.(8) It eventually loomed over the eight others, who melted away into the shadows, their work done, the transfiguration begun.(9) Indeed, there is even a transfiguration of the archways, halls and yards of the convent in the following scenes of Nazi infiltration.(10) Right after experiencing the transfiguration , he and companions James and John had spoken sternly to a man who was casting out demons in Jesus' name.(11) This ghostly apparition is actually a transfiguration of your loved one.(12) The Gospel reading is Luke's account of the transfiguration ; the Old Testament and Epistle readings highlight different dimensions of this event in the life of the Christ.(13) As the story unfolds, the object comes to represent a transfiguration of inner evil, repressed sexuality, an eruption of the unconscious, or simply a supernatural/diabolical manifestation.(14) And in fact this is true if this picture is considered externally: above on the hill we see the transfiguration , below is the scene with the child possessed of an unclean spirit.(15) Indeed, one might think spreading the story of the transfiguration could help convert a few unbelievers.(16) Here follows, etymological notes and a transfiguration (though poor) into modern English.
(1) transfiguration :: הִשׁתַנוּת
1. metamorphosis ::
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