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التي في فئةENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY
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English - Etymology

From a wide variety of Middle English forms including _hevin_, _heuen_, and _hewin_ (“heaven, sky”), from Old English _heofon_ (“heaven, sky”), of uncertain origin. Cognate with Low German _hēven_ (“heaven, sky”), Old Saxon _heƀan_ (“heaven, sky”), and possibly the rare Old Norse _hifinn_, probably dissimilated forms of the Germanic root which appears in Old Norse _himinn_ (“heaven, sky”), Gothic

From a wide variety of Middle English forms including hevin, heuen, and hewin (heaven, sky), from Old English heofon (heaven, sky), of uncertain origin.

Cognate with Low German hēven (heaven, sky), Old Saxon heƀan (heaven, sky), and possibly the rare Old Norse hifinn, probably dissimilated forms of the Germanic root which appears in Old Norse himinn (heaven, sky), Gothic

التي في فئةENGLISH - PRONUNCIATION
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English - Pronunciation

* (UK) enPR: hĕvn, IPA(key): /hɛvn/ * (US) enPR: hĕv'ən, IPA(key): /ˈhɛvən/ and enPR: hĕvn, IPA(key): /hɛvn/ * Rhymes: -ɛvn, Rhymes: -ɛvən

  • (UK) enPR: hĕvn, IPA(key): /hɛvn/
  • (US) enPR: hĕv'ən, IPA(key): /ˈhɛvən/ and enPR: hĕvn, IPA(key): /hɛvn/
  • Rhymes: -ɛvn, Rhymes: -ɛvən

التي في فئةENGLISH - NOUN
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English - Noun

Wikipedia HEAVEN (_plural_ HEAVENS) * The sky, _specifically_: * (dated, now usually plural) The distant sky in which the sun, moon, and stars appear or move; the firmament; the celestial spheres. * 1535, Coverdale Bible, Ecclesiastes III 1: All that is vnder THE HEAUEN. * 1585, Thomas Washington translating Nicholas de Nicolay, _The nauigations, peregrinations and voyages, made into Turkie by Nicholas Nicholay_, I vi 4: The ordinaunce...made such a great noyse and thunderyng that it seemed THE HEAVEN would have fallen. * 1594, Thomas Blundeville, _M. Blundeuile his Exercises_, I iii 136: In ascending orderly vpwardes...The first is the Spheare of the Moone...The seuenth the Spheare of Saturne, The eight the Spheare of the fixed Starres, commonly called the firmament. The ninth is called the second moueable or Christall HEAUEN, The tenth is called the first moueable, and the eleuenth is called the Emperiall HEAUEN, where God and his Angels are said to dwell. * _c._ 1594, William Shakespeare, _The Comedie of Errors_, I i 66: What obscured light THE HEAUENS did grant. * 1625, Nathanæl Carpenter, _Geography delineated forth in two bookes_, I iv 77: THE HEAUENS...are carried in 24 houres from East to West. * 1656, Thomas Stanley, _The History of Philosophy_, II v 74: Stars and constellations; some fixed for the Ornament of HEAVEN * 1930 March, _Nature_, 179 2: The moon's path lies in that belt of THE HEAVENS known as the zodiac. * 1981, E.R. Harrison, _Cosmology_, XII 250: In an infinite...universe the stars would collectively outshine the Sun and flood THE HEAVENS with light far more intense than is observed. * 2006, Peter Carroll translating a maxim of the Southern Song dynasty in _Between Heaven and Modernity: Reconstructing Suzhou, 1895–1937_: Above is HEAVEN, Below are Suzhou and Hangzhou * (obsolete) The near sky in which weather, flying animals, etc. appear; (obsolete) the atmosphere; the climate. * _c._ 1382, Wycliffe's Bible, Job XXXV 11: The bestis of the erthe...the foulis of HEUENE * 1581, George Pettie translating Stefano Guazzo, _Ciuile Conuersation_, I 26: Everie...Countrie, by the nature of the place, the climate of THE HEAVEN, and the influence of the starres hath certaine vertues. * _c._ 1597, William Shakespeare, _The comicall Historie of the Merchant of Venice_, IV i: The qualitie of mercie is not ſtraind, it droppeth as the gentle raine from HEAUEN vpon the place beneath * 1660, George Mackenzie, _Religio Stoici_, II 44: Fellow-believers...fed the birds of HEAVEN with the carcases of pious and reverend Church-men. * (obsolete) A model displaying the movement of the celestial bodies, an orrery. * 1600, Thomas Nashe, _Summers Last Will_: Euery man cannot, with Archimedes, make a HEAUEN of brasse. * (religion) The abode of God or the gods, traditionally conceived as beyond the sky; especially: * (Christianity, usually capitalized) The abode of God and of the angels and saints in His presence. * 1560, Geneva Bible, Revelation XII 7–8: And there was a battel in HEAUEN. Michael & his Angels foght againſt the dragon, and the dragon foght & his Angels. But they preuailed not, nether was their place founde anie more in HEAUEN. * 1644, Samuel Rutherford, _Lex, Rex: The Law and the Prince_, V 16: Conſider firſt that the excommunicated Prelate ſaith... _Kings are not immediatly from God, as by any ſpeciall Ordinance ſent from HEAVEN by the miniſtery of Angels and Prophets, there were but ſome few ſuch, as_ Moſes, Saul, David, etc. * 1667, John Milton, _Paradise Lost_, I 263: Better to reign in Hell, then serve in HEAV'N. * 1906 July 30, _Washington Post_, 12 4: Christ's coming from the HEAVENS has entered into the life of humanity as the Founder of the world to

Wikipedia

heaven (plural heavens)

  1. The sky, specifically:
    1. (dated, now usually plural) The distant sky in which the sun, moon, and stars appear or move; the firmament; the celestial spheres.
    2. (obsolete) The near sky in which weather, flying animals, etc. appear; (obsolete) the atmosphere; the climate.
    3. (obsolete) A model displaying the movement of the celestial bodies, an orrery.
  2. (religion) The abode of God or the gods, traditionally conceived as beyond the sky; especially:
    1. (Christianity, usually capitalized) The abode of God and of the angels and saints in His presence.

English - Verb

HEAVEN (_third-person singular simple present_ HEAVENS, _present participle_ HEAVENING, _simple past and past participle_ HEAVENED) * (obsolete) To transport to the abode of God, the gods, or the blessed. * 1614, Thomas Adams, _The divells banket described in sixe sermons_, II 81: He HEAUENS himselfe on earth, & for a litle pelfe cousens himselfe of blisse. * (obsolete) To beatify, enchant, or please greatly. * 1924 April 13, _Observer_, 12 4: They [_Byron's Tales_]...enraptured the public and HEAVENED Murray. * (obsolete) To beautify, to make into a paradise.

heaven (third-person singular simple present heavens, present participle heavening, simple past and past participle heavened)

  1. (obsolete) To transport to the abode of God, the gods, or the blessed.
  2. (obsolete) To beatify, enchant, or please greatly.
  3. (obsolete) To beautify, to make into a paradise.

التي في فئةENGLISH - ANAGRAMS
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English - Anagrams

* Nevaeh

التي في فئةENGLISH - REFERENCES
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English - References

* ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 _Oxford English Dictionary_. "Heaven, n." * ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Gerhard Köbler, _Altenglisches Wörterbuch_, entry "heofon" * ^ _Oxford English Dictionary_. "Heaven, v."

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Oxford English Dictionary. "Heaven, n."
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Gerhard Köbler, Altenglisches Wörterbuch, entry "heofon"
  3. ^ Oxford English Dictionary. "Heaven, v."


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