suomi-englanti sanakirja

angel englannista suomeksi

  1. tukija, rahoittaja

  2. enkeli

  1. enkeli

  2. Substantiivi

  3. Verbi

angel englanniksi

  1. Angel

  1. An incorporeal and sometimes divine messenger from a deity, or other divine entity, often depicted in art as a youthful winged figure in flowing robes.

  2. (RQ:Jonson The Sad Shepher)

  3. The dear good angel of the Spring, / The nightingale.
  4. One of the lowest order of such beings, below virtues.

  5. A person having the qualities attributed to angels, such as purity or selflessness.

  6. (ux)

  7. (quote-journal)

  8. Attendant spirit; genius; demon.

  9. (RQ:Shakespeare Macbeth)

  10. An official (a bishop, or sometimes a minister) who heads a Christian church, especially a (w).

  11. 1817, Thomas Stackhouse, ''A history of the holy Bible, corrected and improved by G. Gleig'', page 504

  12. An ''apostle'', or ''angel'', or ''bishop'', as he is now called, resided with a college of presbyters about him, in every considerable city of the Roman empire; to that ''angel'' or ''bishop'', was committed the pastoral care of all the Christian in the city and its suburbs, exending as far on all sides as the jurisdiction of the civil magistrate extended;
  13. 1832, (w), speech before the Presbytery of London, quoted in 1862, Margaret Oliphant, ''The Life of Edward Irving, Minister of the National Scotch Church, London: Illustrated by His Journals and Correspondence'', page 429

  14. (..) the head of that Church, in whose place I stand in my Church, and in whose place no other standeth (the elders and deacons have their place, but this belongeth to the angel or minister of the Church), and the Lord commendeth him for trying (..)
  15. 1878, Edward Miller, ''The History and Doctrines of Irvingism Or of the So-called Catholic and Apostolic Church'', § 9 ''Pastors'', page 50 (discussing the structure of the early Christian church and of the Catholic Apostolic Church):

  16. The second or highest grade consists of the Angels or Bishops of Churches. Each Church has its Angel, who has (1) the higher supervision and care of all the flock, (2) the supervision and care of the Priests under him, and (3) the care of the Church itself.
  17. An English gold coin, bearing the figure of the archangel Michael, circulated between the 15th and 17th centuries, and varying in value from six shillings and eightpence to ten shillings.

  18. (syn)

  19. An altitude, measured in thousands of feet.

  20. (uxi)

  21. An flying object detected by traffic control radar.

  22. An investor.

  23. (quote-book)

  24. The person who funds a show.

  25. (synonyms)

  26. To support by donating money.

  27. 1944, Maurice Zolotow, ''Never Whistle in a Dressing Room; Or, Breakfast in Bedlam'' (page 59)

  28. Six years ago, he lost $20,000 in the first show he angelled, a turkey called Dance Night.
  29. A person who has syndrome.

  30. angel

  31. sting, dart (gloss)

  32. hook, fish-hook, angle

  33. (l) (gloss)

  34. a snake's tongue

  35. (verb form of)

  36. (l).

  37. (l)

  38. body

  39. (alternative form of)

  40. (alt form)

  41. angel

  42. c. 1200: Almerich, ''de Ultramar|Fazienda de Ultramar'', f. 2v.

  43. eſtos angeles có q fablo abraá. vinieron a ſodoma e loth ſedia ala puerta dela cibdat. e violos e leuátos cótra elló. e omillos troa la tierra. e dixo les priego uos mios ſénores. Q́ uégades acaſa de uŕo ſieruo albergar.
    : These angels to whom Abraham spoke came to Sodom, and Lot was at the city's gate. And he saw them and he got up to greet them and groveled with his face to the ground. And he said, “I beg you, my lords, come spend the night at your servant's house.”
  44. ''Idem'', f. 4v.

  45. veno el angel del cŕador de noch ¬ dixo alabá. Gvardate de aquel oḿe nol fagas mal.
    : And the angel of the Creator came to Laban at night and said unto him, “Beware that man and do him no harm.”
  46. (l)

  47. (obsolete form of)

  48. sting, stinger (gloss)

  49. rod