hallelujah

  • 1 Hallelujah — Hallelujah, Halleluyah, or Alleluia, is a transliteration of the Hebrew word ] In the Hebrew Bible hallelujah is actually a two word phrase, not one word. The first part, hallelu, is the second person imperative masculine plural form of the… …

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  • 2 Hallelujah — Hallelujah: Hallelujah  песня Леонарда Коэна из альбома Various Positions. Hallelujah  песня Гали Атари и группы Milk and Honey, выигравшая конкурс песни Евровидение 1979. Hallelujah  песня группы Paramore из альбома Riot!.… …

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  • 3 HALLELUJAH — (Heb. הַלְלוּיָהּ), liturgical expression occurring 23 times, exclusively in the Book of Psalms. Apart from 135:3, it invariably appears as either the opening (106, 111–3, 135, 146–50) or closing word of a psalm (104–6, 113, 115–7, 135, 146–50)… …

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  • 4 Hallelujah —    Drame musical de King Vidor, avec Daniel L. Haynes (Zeke), Everett McGarrity (Spunk), Harry Gray (le père), Nina Mae McKinney (Chick), William Fountaine (Hot Shot), Harry Gray (le pasteur), Fannie Belle De Knight (Mamy), Victoria Spivey (Missy …

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  • 5 hallelujah — (also alleluia) ► EXCLAMATION ▪ God be praised. ► NOUN ▪ an utterance of the word ‘hallelujah’. ORIGIN Hebrew, praise ye the Lord …

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  • 6 Hallelujah — Hallelujah, hebr., lobet den Herrn! …

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  • 7 hallelujah — Interj ein freudiger Ausruf std. (14. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus kirchen l. hallelūiā, dieses aus hebr. halalūjāh, halalū jāh, wörtlich preiset Jahwe .    Ebenso nndl. halleluja, ne. halleluja, nfrz. alléluia, nschw. halleluja, nnorw.… …

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  • 8 hallelujah — also halleluiah, 1530s, from Hebrew hallalu yah praise ye Jehovah, from hallalu, plural imperative of hallel to praise also song of praise, from hillel he praised, of imitative origin, with primary sense being to trill. Second element is yah,… …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 9 hallelujah — or halleluiah [hal΄ə lo͞o′yə] interj. [LL(Ec) alleluja < Gr(Ec) hallēlouia < Heb < hallelū, praise (imper.) + yāh, JEHOVAH] used to express praise, thanks, or joy, esp. to God as in a hymn or prayer n. an exclamation, hymn, or song of… …

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  • 10 hallelujah — 1. interjection /ˌhælɪˈluːjə/ a) An exclamation used in songs of praise or thanksgiving to God. Hallelujah! It’s finally the weekend! b) A general expression of gratitude or adoration. 2. noun /ˌhælɪˈluːjə/ a) A shout of “Hallelujah” …

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  • 11 hallelujah — [[t]hæ̱lɪlu͟ːjə[/t]] also alleluia 1) EXCLAM Hallelujah is used in religious songs and worship as an exclamation of praise and thanks to God. 2) EXCLAM People sometimes say Hallelujah! when they are pleased that something they have been waiting a …

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  • 12 hallelujah — /hal euh looh yeuh/, interj. 1. Praise ye the Lord! n. 2. an exclamation of hallelujah! 3. a shout of joy, praise, or gratitude. 4. a musical composition wholly or principally based upon the word hallelujah. Also, halleluiah. [1525 35; < Heb… …

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  • 13 hallelujah — interjection 1 used as an expression of thanks, joy, or praise to God 2 used when something has finally happened that you think should have happened before: “The bus is here!” “Well, hallelujah.” hallelujah noun (C) …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 14 hallelujah — hal•le•lu•jah or hal•le•lu•iah [[t]ˌhæl əˈlu yə[/t]] interj. 1) Praise ye the Lord! 2) an exclamation of “hallelujah!” 3) a shout of joy, praise, or gratitude 4) mad a musical composition principally based upon the word “hallelujah.” • Etymology …

    From formal English to slang

  • 15 hallelujah — /hæləˈlujə / (say haluh loohyuh) interjection 1. (a religious exclamation meaning Praise (ye) the Lord! .) 2. Colloquial (an exclamation of joy, applause, relief, or the like.) –noun 3. an exclamation of hallelujah! . 4. a musical composition… …

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  • 16 Hallelujah — Halleluiah Hal le*lu iah, Hallelujah Hal le*lu jah (h[a^]l l[ e]*l[=u] y[.a]), n. & interj. [Heb. See {Alleluia}.] Praise ye Jehovah; praise ye the Lord; an exclamation used chiefly in songs of praise or thanksgiving to God, and as an expression… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 17 Hallelujah — …

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  • 18 Hallelujah — Alléluia Pour les articles homonymes, voir Alléluia (homonymie). Chant grégorien Plain chant …

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  • 19 Hallelujah —    Praise ye Jehovah, frequently rendered Praise ye the LORD, stands at the beginning of ten of the psalms (106, 111 113, 135, 146 150), hence called hallelujah psalms. From its frequent occurrence it grew into a formula of praise. The Greek form …

    Easton's Bible Dictionary

  • 20 Hallelujah — We praise God together with the heavenly creatures, saying: Hallelujah Rev. 19:1 meaning praise God …

    Dictionary of church terms