προφητεία

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Ancient Greek[edit]

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From προφήτης "speaker of a god", from πρό "before" + φημί "I tell"

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προφητείᾱ ‎(prophēteíāf ‎(genitive προφητείας); first declension

  1. the interpretation of the will of the gods: prophecy
  2. (New Testament): preaching and teaching under the influence of the Holy Spirit

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Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek προφητεία ‎(prophēteía)

Noun[edit]

προφητεία ‎(profiteíaf ‎(plural προφητείες)

  1. prophecy, prediction

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