Annunciation ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Annunciation ( noun )

  1. The announcement or declaration of something, especially by a messenger or herald.
  2. The Christian feast day commemorating the announcement by the angel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary that she would conceive and give birth to Jesus.
  3. The moment in Christian art and literature when the angel Gabriel appears to Mary to announce the coming of Jesus.

Origin:

From the latin annuntiātiō, meaning "proclamation" or "declaration".

Examples:

  1. The annunciation of the king's coronation was met with great celebration.
  2. The Feast of the Annunciation, also known as Lady Day, is celebrated on March 25th.
  3. The Annunciation is a common subject in Christian art, depicting the angel Gabriel's visit to the Virgin Mary.
  4. The Annunciation is an important event in Christian theology, marking the beginning of the incarnation of Jesus.
  5. The Annunciation was depicted in the famous painting by Leonardo Da Vinci, the Annunciation.

(As a verb)

Annunciation ( verb )

  1. The announcement or declaration of something, especially by a messenger or herald.
  2. The Christian feast day commemorating the announcement by the angel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary that she would conceive and give birth to Jesus.
  3. The moment in Christian art and literature when the angel Gabriel appears to Mary to announce the coming of Jesus.

Origin:

From the latin annuntiātiō, meaning "proclamation" or "declaration".

Examples:

  1. The annunciation of the king's coronation was met with great celebration.
  2. The Feast of the Annunciation, also known as Lady Day, is celebrated on March 25th.
  3. The Annunciation is a common subject in Christian art, depicting the angel Gabriel's visit to the Virgin Mary.
  4. The Annunciation is an important event in Christian theology, marking the beginning of the incarnation of Jesus.
  5. The Annunciation was depicted in the famous painting by Leonardo Da Vinci, the Annunciation.
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