agape definition

  • adverb:
    • In circumstances of wonder or amazement, just like the mouth available.
    • spacious.
    • In a state of astonishment, question, expectation, or eager attention.
    • open large.
    • Gaping, much like wonder, expectation, or eager interest.
  • noun:
    • Christianity adore as revealed in Jesus, viewed as religious and selfless and a model for humanity.
    • like that's spiritual, not intimate, with its nature.
    • Christianity during the early Christian Church, the love-feast followed closely by Eucharistic gathering.
    • the passion for God for humanity, or even the benevolent love of Christians for others.
    • religious, altruistic, advantageous love which wills beneficial to others.
    • a love feast, particularly one held in the early Christian Church associated with the eucharist.
    • The love feast of this primitive Christians, becoming dinner partaken of regarding the the communion.
    • dinner partaken of in accordance because of the primitive Christians, initially relating to the Lord's Supper.
    • In zoology, a genus of lepidopterous pests.
    • a religious meal provided as a sign of love and fellowship
    • (Christian theology) the love of God or Christ for mankind
    • selfless passion for one individual for another without intimate implications (especially love that is religious in nature)
  • adjective:
    • Being in a state of astonishment, wonder, expectation, or eager interest; just like mouth dangling open.
    • wide open.
    • with all the lips wide open such as question or awe
  • others:
    • With the lips spacious; in an attitude of wonder, expectation, or eager attention.

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