Associations to the word «Heavenly»
HEAVENLY, adjective. Of or pertaining to the heaven believed in by many religions; good, beautiful, glorious, pleasurable.
HEAVENLY, adjective. Of or pertaining to the heavens or sky, regarded as the realm of the sun, moon, planets and stars.
HEAVENLY, adjective. Of or pertaining to the kingdom of God; divine.
HEAVENLY, adjective. Extremely beautiful or pleasurable.
HEAVENLY, adverb. In a manner like that of heaven; by the influence or agency of heaven; divinely, miraculously.
HEAVENLY, adverb. To a degree such as to elicit great pleasure.
HEAVENLY BAMBOO, noun. An Asian ornamental shrub in the family Berberidaceae, with foliage and unbranched stems that look somewhat like one of the smaller bamboos, Nandina domestica.
HEAVENLY BAMBOOS, noun. Plural of heavenly bamboo
HEAVENLY BODIES, noun. Plural of heavenly body
HEAVENLY BODY, noun. A natural celestial object, visible in the sky, such as a star, planet, natural satellite, asteroid, comet, the Moon or the Sun. Objects flying or moving in the atmosphere are not usually considered as heavenly bodies.
HEAVENLY BODY, noun. Astronomical object
HEAVENLY FATHER, proper noun. A formal name for the Jewish or Christian God.
HEAVENLY STEM, noun. (astronomy) (astrology) one of the ten components or ordinals related to the Chinese zodiac that are traditionally used as the names of the ten days of the week in the Far East.
HEAVENLY STEMS, noun. Plural of heavenly stem
HEAVENLY VIRTUES, noun. (Christianity) (Catholicism) All the cardinal virtues and theological virtues.
HEAVENLY WITNESSES, proper noun. The Johannine Comma; a phrase included in some manuscripts of 1 John 5:7-8.
HEAVENLY, adjective. Relating to or inhabiting a divine heaven; "celestial beings"; "heavenly hosts".
HEAVENLY, adjective. Of or relating to the sky; "celestial map"; "a heavenly body".
HEAVENLY, adjective. Of or belonging to heaven or god.
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