Associations to the word «Bible»
BIBLE, noun. A comprehensive manual that describes something. (e.g., handyman’s bible).
BIBLE, noun. (nautical) A holystone.
BIBLE, proper noun. The main religious text in Christianity.
BIBLE, proper noun. The Jewish holy book that was largely incorporated into the Christian Bible.
BIBLE, proper noun. The analogous holy book of another religion.
BIBLE, noun. A specific version, edition, translation, or copy of one of the above-mentioned texts.
BIBLE, proper noun. A matronymic surname.
BIBLE BASHER, noun. (pejorative) A fundamentalist Christian preacher, who is seen to take every opportunity to talk about Christianity and attempt to convert those around them.
BIBLE BASHER, noun. (US) A person who finds fault with the Bible, Christianity, or Christian teaching.
BIBLE BASHERS, noun. Plural of Bible basher
BIBLE BELT, proper noun. An area where socially conservative Protestant Christianity is a pervasive or dominant part of the culture.
BIBLE BELT, proper noun. (in particular) An area in the south-eastern United States where Evangelical Protestantism is a pervasive and dominant part of the culture.
BIBLE BELT, proper noun. Alternative letter-case form of Bible Belt
BIBLE LEAF, noun. Tanacetum balsamita, a Eurasian perennial herb that has flowers that are yellow and buttonlike.
BIBLE LEAVES, noun. Plural of bible leaf
BIBLE LITERALIST, noun. Someone who interprets words in the Bible in an hermeneutical and literal approach.
BIBLE THUMPER, noun. (pejorative) a Christian fundamentalist, or an over-zealous evangelical Christian.
BIBLE THUMPERS, noun. Plural of Bible thumper
BIBLE, noun. The sacred writings of the Christian religions; "he went to carry the Word to the heathen".
BIBLE, noun. A book regarded as authoritative in its field.
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