boshqa shaklda ifodalanish, boshqacha shaklga kirish
Noun(1) embodiment in a new form (especially the reappearance or a person in another form(2) a second or new birth(3) the Hindu or Buddhist doctrine that a person may be reborn successively into one of five classes of living beings (god or human or animal or hungry ghost or denizen of Hell
(1) He then claims to be the reincarnation of her dead husband.(2) They're a reincarnation of the sweatpants from the late '70s, with all the comfort of today's training apparel.(3) the latest reincarnation of the hippie look(4) She looked like a reincarnation of Isis herself.(5) Southern armies thus became more than a reincarnation of Norman knights; they strove to be the military arm of God, just as the Roundheads of old had been.(6) He was a great thinker, and he taught that eating meat was wrong because of the principles of transmigration of souls, or reincarnation .(7) She is fascinated by the boy because he believes he is the reincarnation of my husband SeÔö£├¡n even although that seems unlikely to believe, part of her wants to believe it.(8) To prevent a reincarnation of Tent City, the same provision should be made for the construction of affordable housing.(9) Unlike most Buddhists, I'm not convinced of reincarnation , though being able to play with possible afterlife scenarios intrigues me.(10) It's typical for those human tribes who believe in the reincarnation that they don't and won't put any hindrance on the returning road of the human remains into the food chain of life.(11) City leaders are confident that the latest reincarnation won't suffer a similar fate.(12) In common with Hindus, Buddhists believe in reincarnation and that the soul of the human being may have inhabited, or may inhabit in the future, an animal.(13) Several Hindu soldiers remarked that being killed in battle, in the service of the King, would end the cycle of death and reincarnation , and would send the soldier directly to paradise.(14) He also says that Jesus could be a reincarnation of John the Baptist.(15) Yet today approximately one in four Americans and many Eastern religions believe in reincarnation , the idea that repeated rebirth in human bodies continues until the soul has reached a state of perfection.(16) Most Hindu communities have a fundamental belief in reincarnation .
(1) reincarnation :: Reenkarnasyon
(2) rein :: jilov
(3) carnation :: chinni gul
1. rebirth ::
3. metempsychosis ::
4. samsara ::
5. transanimation ::
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