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re·birth

 (rē-bûrth′, rē′bûrth′)
n.
1. A second or new birth; reincarnation.
2. A renaissance; a revival: a rebirth of classicism in architecture.

rebirth

(riːˈbɜːθ)
n
1. a revival or renaissance: the rebirth of learning.
2. a second or new birth; reincarnation

re•birth

(riˈbɜrθ, ˈriˌbɜrθ)

n.
1. a new or second birth.
2. a renewed existence, activity, or growth; renaissance; revival.
[1830–40]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.rebirth - after death the soul begins a new cycle of existence in another human bodyrebirth - after death the soul begins a new cycle of existence in another human body
phenomenon - any state or process known through the senses rather than by intuition or reasoning
2.rebirth - a second or new birth
nascence, nascency, nativity, birth - the event of being born; "they celebrated the birth of their first child"
transmigration - the passing of a soul into another body after death
cycle of rebirth - (Hinduism) repeated rebirth in new forms
3.rebirth - the revival of learning and culture
resurgence, revitalisation, revitalization, revival, revivification - bringing again into activity and prominence; "the revival of trade"; "a revival of a neglected play by Moliere"; "the Gothic revival in architecture"
4.rebirth - a spiritual enlightenment causing a person to lead a new life
redemption, salvation - (theology) the act of delivering from sin or saving from evil
proselytism - the state of being a proselyte; spiritual rebirth resulting from the zeal of crusading advocacy of the gospel

rebirth

rebirth

noun
1. A fundamental change in one's beliefs:
Translations
jälleensyntyminenrenessanssiuudestisyntyminenuudistuminen
újjászületés
reïncarnatiewedergeboorte
preporod

rebirth

[ˈriːˈbɜːθ] N (gen) → renacimiento m; (= re-emergence) → resurgimiento m

rebirth

[ˌriːˈbɜːrθ] n
[idea, nation, phenomenon] → renaissance f
(RELIGION)renaissance f

rebirth

nWiedergeburt f; (of desire)Wiederaufflackern nt

rebirth

[ˌriːˈbɜːθ] nrinascita
References in classic literature ?
Only the vicissitudes of life can show us its vanity and develop our innate love of death or of rebirth to a new life.
And if only a few books were written, it was because it was a time of rebirth and new life as well as a time of war and death.
the sun that arose ever in rebirth next morning in the east, and that had become to man man's first symbol of immortality through rebirth.
And though our personal sympathies may well go to the finer-spirited Irish, this outcome was on the whole fortunate; for only through religious union with Rome during the slow centuries of medieval rebirth could England be bound to the rest of Europe as one of the family of cooperating Christian states; and outside that family she would have been isolated and spiritually starved.
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Just thinking I am like the royals now 2 birthdays a year jan and my rebirth 24 March.
In an astute analysis of how Latin American Christianity has been transformed since 1950, Todd Hartch attributes this rebirth to five significant movements: that of witnesses and evangelists, the prophetic movement committed to the poor and oppressed, the Pentecostal and charismatic movement, the ascent of the laity, and the recognition of the universality of their religion and subsequent missionary expansion.
The Rebirth Brass Band, New Orleans' Grammy-winning horn collection, plays the WOW Hall, 291 W.
Book news company Book2book reported on Wednesday that publishing company Hutchinson, an imprint of Cornerstone Publishing, part of The Random House Group Ltd, has acquired UK and Commonwealth rights, excluding Canada, to HRC: State Secrets and the Rebirth of Hillary Clinton by Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes.
Biblical insights pair with leader experience in chapters that analyze the social and spiritual context of how churches originate and grow, and use experiences from the Bible to teach new methods of understanding church issues and the process of revitalization and rebirth.
LIFE AFTER LIFE is a powerful novel centering on choices, impacts, rebirth and changes, and tells of one Ursula Todd, who is born, lives, and dies repeatedly.
And now bosses have toasted the production of a million tonnes of steel since the furnace was relit in April in what was seen as a symbol of rebirth for Teesside's historic steel industry after years of decline.