Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
) To illuminate; to light up; to adorn.
Greek5461. photizo -- to shine, give light ...
Verb Transliteration: photizo Phonetic Spelling: (fo-tid'-zo) Short Definition:
I illuminate, bring to light Definition: (a) I light up, illumine
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5319. phaneroo -- to make visible, make clear
... 5319 (from 5457 , "light") -- properly, illumine, make (); (figuratively)
make plain, in view; to become apparent ("graspable"). ...
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Strong's Hebrew215. or -- to be or become light...
1), enlighten (2), enlightened (1), enlightening (1), gave light (1), give (1),
give light (5), given us light (1), gives light (2), illumine
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O Light, Whose Beams Illumine All
... I. DAILY PRAYER: Morning Daily Prayer: Through the Week 40. O Light, whose beams
illumine all. ... Edward H. Plumptre, 1864. O Light, whose beams illumine all. ...
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A Burning and Shining Lamp.
... Jesus Christ is the Light of the World; and I believe that in every age He has been
waiting to illumine the hearts and spirits of men, reminding us of the ...
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The General Service to Saints Andrew of Constantinople, Isidore of ...
... blissful, God-wise (mentioned by name), Thy pure soul shining with the orthodox
sense, resplendent with the radiance of virtues, doth illumine the fulness of ...
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Whether Free Grace is Nobler than Sanctifying Grace
... itself. Light which can illumine objects, for example, is greater than
light which shines itself but cannot illumine objects. For ...
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... we shall not be converted. "And illumine Thy face, and we shall be saved"
(ver.3). Hath He anywise a darkened face? He hath not a ...
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The General Service to Two or Many Martyrs.
... As resplendent stars, ye, O most famous martyrs, illumine the ends of the universe
with the divine brightness, delivering them from the darkening of the demons ...
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The General Service to one Hieromartyr
... heterodoxy of the enchantment, having put to shame the godlessness of idol-worship,
and having been made a divine burnt offering, thou dost illumine the ends ...
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The General Service to a Nun.
... Tone 6: Thy sacred celebration hath shone forth to-day more brightly than the sun,
and doth illumine those that are in the darkness, ever driving away the ...
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The Holy Spirit Bearing Witness to Jesus Christ.
... "Yes." "Well," he said, "I simply held up Jesus Christ and it pleased the Holy Spirit
to illumine the face of Jesus Christ, and men saw and believed." It was a ...
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The General Service to an Apostle.
... of righteousness " Christ " hath emitted thee, O glorious apostle (mentioned by
name), as a ray to enlighten all the earth, thou dost illumine with thine ...
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ThesaurusIllumine (2 Occurrences)...
Noah Webster's Dictionary (vt) To illuminate; to light up; to adorn.
Multi-Version Concordance Illumine
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Illumination (2 Occurrences)
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Illumined (3 Occurrences)
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Beacon (3 Occurrences)
... 4. (n.) That which gives notice of danger. 5. (vt) To give light to, as a beacon;
to light up; to illumine. 6. (vt) To furnish with a beacon or beacons. Int. ...
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