Complete Definition of "prophecy"

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Etymology
From Middle English prophecie < Old French < Latin prophetia|prophÄtÄ«a < AGr. polytonic|ÏÏοÏηÏεία (prophÄteia) "prophecy" < polytonic|ÏÏοÏήÏÎ·Ï (prophÄtÄs) "speaker of a god" < polytonic|ÏÏÏ (pro) "before" + polytonic|Ïήμι (phÄmi) "I tell"

Noun
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  1. A prediction, especially one made by a prophet or under divine inspiration.

Translations

Czech: proroctví n
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Russian: пÑоÑоÑеÑÑво (proróÄestvo) n

Related terms
prophesy
prophet
prophetic

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