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calling definition

  • noun:
    • An inner urge or a strong impulse, particularly one considered to be divinely prompted to simply accept the Gospels as truth and Jesus as one's private savior.
    • An occupation, profession, or job.
    • a stronger desire to become spiritual.
    • A job or occupation.
    • The work of 1 which calls; a crying aloud, esp. being summon, or even to attact the interest of, some body.
    • A summoning or convocation, at the time of Parliament.
    • A divine summons or invitation; also, their state to be divinely called.
    • A naming, or welcoming; a reading over or reciting if you wish, or a call of names with a view to getting an answer, as in legislative figures.
    • an individual's typical career, or work; vocation; business; trade.
    • The people, collectively, involved with any specific vocations or employment.
    • Title; appellation; name.
    • The work of summoning; a call or summons.
    • The work of convoking or assembling.
    • An invitation.
    • The career, trade, career, or work to which you're known as by aptitude, requirement, etc.; usual profession, profession, or work; vocation.
    • Name; appellation; name.
    • Synonyms Pursuit, company, etc. See occupation.
    • the particular profession that you can are trained
    • An inner desire or a good impulse, especially one thought to be divinely impressed to simply accept the Gospels as truth and Jesus as you's individual savior.
    • An occupation, career, or career.
    • A strong desire in order to become religious.
    • work or occupation.
    • The work of 1 whom calls; a crying aloud, esp. in order to summon, or even attact the eye of, some body.
    • A summoning or convocation, by Parliament.
    • A divine summons or invite; also, the state of being divinely called.
    • A naming, or inviting; a reading over or reciting trying, or a call of brands with a view to obtaining a solution, like in legislative figures.
    • an individual's normal occupation, or work; vocation; company; trade.
    • The persons, collectively, involved with any certain careers or work.
    • Title; appellation; title.
    • The work of summoning; a call or summons.
    • The act of convoking or assembling.
    • An invitation.
    • The occupation, trade, career, or employment to which a person is called by aptitude, need, etc.; typical occupation, occupation, or work; vocation.
    • title; appellation; title.
    • Synonyms Pursuit, business, etc. See occupation.
    • the particular occupation that you can tend to be trained
  • verb:
    • Present participle of telephone call.
    • Present participle of call.
  • others:
    • Clamant; crying
    • Clamant; crying
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