(In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful)

(In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful)

Word of the day is WORSHIP

Laaa Ilaaha Illa-llaahu Muhammadur-Rasoolu-llaah

Kalimah-e-Tayyabah (Word of Purity)

There is none worthy of worship except Allah and Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah.

 Word of the day is WORSHIP

Sr.English WordsUrdu Words
1 WORSHIP
Noun
عبادت ۔ پرستش ۔ پوجا ۔
2 WORSHIP
Noun
عبادت کرنا ۔ عزت ۔ پوجا ۔ پر ستش ۔
3 WORSHIP
Noun
عيادَت ۔ اطاعت ۔ پُوجا ۔ پَرَستِش ۔ مَذہَبی عِبادات ۔ تَعظيم ۔ اطاعت گُزاری ۔ اِحتَرام ۔
4 WORSHIP

پرستش عبادت ۔
5 WORSHIP
Verb
عبادت کرنا ۔

worship

[wur-ship]

noun
1.
reverent honor and homage paid to God or a sacred personage, or to any object regarded as sacred.
2.
formal or ceremonious rendering of such honor and homage:
They attended worship this morning.
3.
adoring reverence or regard:
excessive worship of business success.
4.
the object of adoring reverence or regard.
5.
(initial capital letter) British. a title of honor used in addressing or mentioning certain magistrates and others of high rank or station (usually preceded by Your, His, or Her).
verb (used with object), worshiped, worshiping or (especially British) worshipped, worshipping.
6.
to render religious reverence and homage to.
7.
to feel an adoring reverence or regard for (any person or thing).
verb (used without object), worshiped, worshiping or (especially British) worshipped, worshipping.
8.
to render religious reverence and homage, as to a deity.
9.
to attend services of divine worship.
10.
to feel an adoring reverence or regard.


British Dictionary definitions for worship

worship

/ˈwɜːʃɪp/
verb -ships, -shipping, -shipped (US) -ships, -shiping, -shiped
1.
(transitive) to show profound religious devotion and respect to; adore or venerate (God or any person or thing considered divine)
2.
(transitive) to be devoted to and full of admiration for
3.
(intransitive) to have or express feelings of profound adoration

Word Origin and History for worship

n.
Old English worðscip, wurðscip (Anglian), weorðscipe (West Saxon) "condition of being worthy, honor, renown," from weorð "worthy". Sense of "reverence paid to a supernatural or divine being" is first recorded c.1300. The original sense is preserved in the title worshipful (c.1300).

worship in the Bible


homage rendered to God which it is sinful (idolatry) to render to any created being (Ex. 34:14; Isa. 2:8). Such worship was refused by Peter (Acts 10:25,26) and by an angel (Rev. 22:8,9).
Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary

Encyclopedia Article for worship

broadly defined, the response to the appearance of that which is accepted as the holy-that is, to a sacred, transcendent power or being. Characteristic modes of response to the holy include cultic acts of all kinds: ritual drama, prayers of many sorts, dancing, ecstatic speech, veneration of various persons and objects, sermons, silent meditation, and sacred music and song. Also included in worship are acts of private response: spoken or unspoken prayers, silence, the assumption of particular postures, ritual acts and gestures, and individual acts of veneration of persons or objects.

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