English to Telugu Meaning of resurrection - పునరుజ్జీవం

Resurrection :

యోధులకు, పునరుజ్జీవం, తిరిగి రా, పునరుత్పత్తి, పెరుగుతున్న

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Definitions of resurrection in English
Noun(1) (New Testament(2) a revival from inactivity and disuse
Examples of resurrection in English
(1) This tiny model carved from ivory symbolises the rebirth, or resurrection , that follows death (in this case that of the child Jenny Jones) or archetypally, all that is human.(2) It also made a great counterpoint to the shamanic stuff I've been immersed in, as initiations so often feature a ritual death and resurrection .(3) There are hints of a lost love and a past disloyalty, but it isn't until the film moves into its final third that we understand the forces underlying Marianne's resurrection .(4) For a start I believe the audience is responding to the power of the original plays and their retelling of the Christian story from the creation to the crucifixion and resurrection .(5) The resurrection that characters such as Zelmane experience will for Sidney occur only through the commemorations enacted by his continuers.(6) However, if this art is taken in the context of the other information I have presented, it suggests that physical resurrection was of secondary importance to the eternal life of the soul.(7) The film is a retelling of the timeframe between Jesus' prayers for strength in Gethsemane through to his agonising death on the cross, and a wordless epilogue for Easter Sunday's resurrection .(8) Therefore, Christians buried their dead both out of respect for the body and in anticipation of the resurrection at the Last Judgment.(9) Rather it is a wide-ranging, cultural examination of the slow rise, rapid decline, and possible resurrection of the American elm in the American landscape.(10) The figure's arms and hands seem assembled or stitched together, as if in some scientific or medical experiment - or, as the title suggests, a miracle of resurrection .(11) Some Christians believe that after death, the "soul" enters an unconscious state before resurrection at the Last Judgment, a belief known informally as soul sleep.(12) We all keenly await the resurrection of the matter and a thorough investigation must commence immediately.(13) By now, the story of Weill's rise and fall and late-career resurrection as the King of Capital is the stuff of Wall Street legend.(14) The concern with physical resurrection expressed in post-Reformation epithets and memorial inscriptions indicates a new role for the physical remains of the dead in the life to come.(15) Water assumes its traditional meanings of death, resurrection and renewal.(16) the resurrection of the country under a charismatic leader
Related Phrases of resurrection
1. resurrection ::
2. resurgence ::
3. regeneration ::
6. rejuvenation ::
8. revival ::
9. comeback ::
తిరిగి రా
10. palingenesy ::
11. rising ::
Different Forms
resurrection, resurrections
Word Example from TV Shows
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Resurrection Sunday!

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at resurrection.

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