Galilean


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Gal·i·le·an

also Gal·i·lae·an  (găl′ə-lē′ən)
n.
1. A native or inhabitant of Galilee.
2. Archaic
a. A Christian.
b. Jesus.
adj.
Of or relating to Galilee or its people.

Galilean

(ˌɡælɪˈliːən)
n
1. (Bible) a native or inhabitant of Galilee
(Ecclesiastical Terms) the Galilean an epithet of Jesus Christ
adj
(Bible) of Galilee

Galilean

(ˌɡælɪˈleɪən)
adj
(General Physics) of or relating to Galileo

Gal•i•le•an

(ˌgæl əˈli ən)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to Galilee.
n.
2. a native or inhabitant of Galilee.
3. a Christian.
4. the Galilean, Jesus.
[1605–15; < Latin Galilae(a) Galilee + -an1]

Gal•i•le•an

(ˌgæl əˈleɪ ən, -ˈli-)

adj.
of or pertaining to Galileo.
[1720–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Galilean - an inhabitant of Galilee (an epithet of Jesus Christ)
denizen, dweller, habitant, inhabitant, indweller - a person who inhabits a particular place
2.Galilean - one of the four satellites of Jupiter that were discovered by Galileo
satellite - any celestial body orbiting around a planet or star
Adj.1.Galilean - of or relating to Galileo or his works
2.Galilean - of or relating to Galilee or its inhabitants
Translations

Galilean

[ˌgælɪˈliːən]
A. ADJ (Bible, Geog) → galileo (Astron) → galileico
B. Ngalileo/a m/f
the Galilean (Bible) → el Galileo

Galilean

adjgaliläisch
nGaliläer(in) m(f)
References in classic literature ?
"A beautiful sea lies unbosomed among the Galilean hills, in the
No wonder; for, though in thee be united What of perfection can in Man be found, Or human nature can receive, consider Thy life hath yet been private, most part spent At home, scarce viewed the Galilean towns, And once a year Jerusalem, few days' Short sojourn; and what thence couldst thou observe?
4, where our Saviour intimates that those men on whom the Tower of Siloam fell were not sinners above all the Galileans; but that which put me to silence in the case was, that not one of these five men who were now lost were of those who went on shore to the massacre of Madagascar, so I always called it, though our men could not bear to hear the word MASSACRE with any patience.
Ruiz levies two central accusations against Elizondo's work in Galilean Journey: (1) anti-intellectualism in its construction of Galilean Judaism and, more perniciously, (2) unexamined anti-Judaism flowing from sources in German biblical scholarship, promoting a stark distinction between Jesus and Galilean Judaism on the one hand, and Jerusalem and the Jewish authorities on the other.
Jowm Joseph O'Brien's Galilean, which beat Mr Everest in a maiden hurdle at Fairyhouse over Easter, might be capable of defying topweight in the Dermot Hughes Car Sales Rated Novice Hurdle.
The real issue here is not whether Jesus was a Jew or a Galilean or a Palestinian.
Then again, who would believe that a wandering Galilean carpenter-cum-storyteller from 2,000 years ago who got himself betrayed, humiliated and executed for disappointing and annoying too many people should still be perhaps the most inspirational, revolutionary figure the human race can look to?
Other science payloads include an optical camera system (JANUS), Moons and Jupiter Imaging Spectrometer (MAJIS), UV imaging Spectrograph (UVS), Sub-millimeter Wave Instrument (SWI), Ganymede Laser Altimeter (GALA), Radar for Icy Moons Exploration (RIME), Particle Environment Package (PEP), Radio & Plasma Wave Investigation (RPWI), Gravity & Geophysics of Jupiter and Galilean Moons (3GM), and Planetary Radio Interferometer & Doppler Experiment (PRIDE).
He covers the origin of the idea of natural kinds, eidos and genesis: Plato and Aristotle, the Word of God, lex and motus: Galilean science and after Descartes, and Darwin.
Galilean, Keplerian, Newtonian and Conde are all types of what?
The seizure included 80 eggs for Galilean birds, 160 eggs for the Sterna paradisaea birds, and 8 eggs belonging to the gulls species.
Alex Teachey (Columbia University) and collaborators used a powerful statistical method to examine a population of known Kepler exoplanets, quantifying how often massive moons, like the Galilean moons of Jupiter, might exist.