The work of just one which blesses
- a desirable state
- a brief prayer of thanks before meals
- a ceremonial prayer invoking divine security
- the act of praying for divine protection
- the formal work of approving
- of Bless
- The act of one which blesses.
- A declaration of divine favor, or an invocation imploring divine benefit on some or something; a benediction; a wish of happiness pronounces.
- A means of glee; whatever promotes success and welfare; a beneficent present.
- something special.
- Grateful praise or worship.
Name Origin: English
Name Gender: Female
Old English bletsunga, bledsunge; see bless. Meaning "gift from God" is from mid-14c. In feeling of "religious invocation before meals" it's taped from 1738. Phrase true blessing in disguise is taped from 1746.
(p. pr. & vb. n.) of Bless
- (v. t.) The work of just one who blesses.
- (v. t.) A declaration of divine favor, or an invocation imploring divine favor on some or something like that; a benediction; a wish of delight pronounces.
- (v. t.) A way of happiness; that which encourages success and benefit; a beneficent gift.
- (v. t.) Something special.
- (v. t.) Grateful compliments or worship.
Like the former, he believes in a supreme personal God, possessing all gracious qualities (saguna), not in the quality-less (nirguna) neuter impersonal Brahman of Sankaracharya; this Lord Himself once took the human form, and became incarnate, for the blessing of mankind, as Rama.