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  • jubilee - Wiktionary
    Traditionally this derives from Ancient Greek ἰωβηλαῖος (iōbēlaîos, “ of a jubilee ”), from ἰώβηλος (iṓbēlos, “ jubilee ”), from Hebrew יובל‎ (yobēl yovēl, “ ram, ram's horn; jubilee ”), presumably because a ram’s horn trumpet was originally used to proclaim the event
  • jubile - Wiktionary
    jubile First-person singular present subjunctive form of jubilar Third-person singular (él, ella, also used with usted?) present subjunctive form of jubilar Formal second-person singular imperative form of jubilar
  • jubilée - Wiktionary
    Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary Jump to navigation Jump to search See also: jubilee and Jubilee French Verb jubilée feminine singular of the past participle of jubil
  • jubilee | Origin and meaning of jubilee by Online . . .
    The original jubilee was a year of emancipation of slaves and restoration of lands, to be celebrated every 50th year (Levit xxv:9); it was proclaimed by the sounding of a ram's horn on the Day of Atonement
  • Jubilee dictionary definition | jubilee defined
    Beyond this point, the etymology is disputed Traditionally this derives from Ancient Greek ἰωβηλαῖος (iōbēlaios, “of a jubilee”), from ἰώβηλος (iōbēlos, “jubilee”), from Hebrew יובל (yobēl yovēl, “ram, ram's horn; jubilee”), presumably because a ram’s horn trumpet was originally used to proclaim the event
  • Jubilee (Christianity) - Wikipedia
    This Jubilee was especially marked by a simplification of the rites and the requirements for achieving the indulgence, as well as a huge effort to involve more Christians in the celebration Protestants and the Eastern Orthodox Church were invited to celebrate the Jubilee together with the Catholics as a sign of ecumenism Furthermore, special Jubilees were invoked for various groups within the Church, such as children, athletes, politicians, and actors
  • Jubilee - Wikipedia
    A jubilee is a particular anniversary of an event, usually denoting the 25th, 40th, 50th, 60th, or 70th anniversary Of biblical origins, the term is often now used to denote the celebrations associated with the reign of a monarch after a milestone number of years have passed
  • Jubilee | Definition of Jubilee by Merriam-Webster
    4 a: a period of time proclaimed by the Roman Catholic pope ordinarily every 25 years as a time of special solemnity b: a special plenary indulgence granted during a year of jubilee to Roman Catholics who perform certain specified works of repentance and piety
















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