Etymology:

Epiphania
instantia de: Catholic holy day[*]
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Commons: Epiphany
Ab le latino epiphania[1], greco ἐπιφάνεια (epiphaneia) pro "apparentia" o "manifestation", de epiphainein un verbo que significa "manifestar", del prefixo epi- e le verbo phainein pro "monstrar"

Definition:

  1. die festive ecclesiastic in commemoration del venita del Reges Magos al prime manifestation del Christo al gentiles, o in le Ecclesia Orthodoxe in commemoration del baptismo de Jesus Christo
  2. apparentia o manifestation, specialmente illo de un esser divin
  3. un subite realisation, perception o manifestation del signification essential de alco
  4. le comprension intuitive pro medio de alco como un evento sovente un cosa simple ma choccante
  5. un occurrentia illuminante pro un persona

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  1. Derivation: Entitates: 1. (it) Epifania || 2. (es) Epifanía || (pt) Epifania do Senhor || 3. (fr) Épiphanie || 4. (en) Epiphany (holiday) || Controlo: (de) Erscheinung des Herrn || (ru) Богоявление || - (Extra): (la) Sollemnitas Epiphaniae Domini