The act of announcing announcement proclamation as annunciation of serenity
- a festival commemorating the announcement of this Incarnation by the angel Gabriel into Virgin Mary; one fourth time in The united kingdomt, Wales, and Ireland
- an official community statement
- (Christianity) the statement into the Virgin Mary by the angel Gabriel of incarnation of Christ
- The work of announcing; statement; proclamation; as, the annunciation of serenity.
- The statement of the incarnation, created by the angel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary.
- The event celebrated (March 25th) because of the Church of England, of Rome, etc., in memory regarding the angel's announcement, thereon time; woman Day.
very early 14c., "woman Day," from Anglo-French anunciacioun, Old French anonciacion, from Latin annuntiationem (nominative annuntiatio), noun of action from past participle stem of annuntiare (see announce). The Church event (March 25) commemorating the go to for the angel Gabriel toward Virgin Mary, foretelling the incarnation. General feeling of "an announcing" is from 1560s. Old English for "Annunciation Day" was bodungd
(n.) The act of announcing; announcement; proclamation; as, the annunciation of peace.
- (n.) The statement associated with incarnation, created by the angel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary.
- (n.) The event famous (March 25th) by the Church of The united kingdomt, of Rome, etc., in memory of this angel's announcement, on that day; Lady Day.
The Last Judgment and the Annunciation were two of the subjects he most frequently treated.