Afterlife (noun)

  1. The concept of a realm, state, or sphere where the souls of the dead continue to exist after death.
  2. The belief in the continued existence of the soul after death.

Origin:

From middle english afterlif, from old english ǣftelīf ("remaining life"), from proto-germanic *aftalībō ("remaining life"), from proto-indo-european *h₂épō ("after") + *lebō ("to live").

Examples:

  1. Different cultures have different beliefs about the afterlife.
  2. Some people believe in an afterlife, while others do not.
  3. The ancient Egyptians had elaborate beliefs about the afterlife.
  4. According to most religious beliefs, the soul goes to the afterlife after death.
  5. Many people find comfort in the idea of an afterlife.
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