glossolalia definition

  • noun:
    • Fabricated and nonmeaningful message, especially these types of message related to a trance condition or specific schizophrenic syndromes.
    • See gift of tongues.
    • Speaking in tongues; talking a language one will not understand, or speaking elaborate but apparently meaningless message, while in a trance-like state (or, supposedly, intoxicated by spirits).
    • Xenoglossy.
    • The present of tongues. Farrar.
    • The gift of tongues; the ability to talk foreign languages with out consciously learned all of them. This energy is asserted is occasionally contained in somnambulistic persons.
    • repeated nonmeaningful message (especially that involving a trance state or spiritual fervor)
    • Fabricated and nonmeaningful address, especially such speech related to a trance condition or specific schizophrenic syndromes.
    • identify gift of tongues.
    • Speaking in tongues; talking a language one does not understand, or talking fancy but obviously meaningless message, while in a trance-like condition (or, supposedly, consuming spirits).
    • Xenoglossy.
    • The gift of tongues. Farrar.
    • The gift of tongues; the capacity to talk foreign languages with out consciously learned them. This power is asserted is sometimes within somnambulistic people.
    • repetitive nonmeaningful speech (especially that related to a trance state or spiritual fervor)
    • Fabricated and nonmeaningful address, specially these types of speech related to a trance state or specific schizophrenic syndromes.
    • identify present of tongues.
    • talking in tongues; speaking a language one cannot know, or speaking elaborate but apparently meaningless speech, during a trance-like condition (or, supposedly, under the influence of spirits).
    • Xenoglossy.
    • The gift of tongues. Farrar.
    • The gift of tongues; the capability to talk international languages without consciously learned all of them. This power is asserted to-be occasionally present in somnambulistic people.
    • repetitive nonmeaningful speech (especially that related to a trance state or religious fervor)
    • Fabricated and nonmeaningful address, specially such speech associated with a trance state or particular schizophrenic syndromes.
    • See present of tongues.
    • Speaking in tongues; speaking a language one cannot know, or speaking fancy but evidently meaningless speech, during a trance-like state (or, supposedly, consuming spirits).
    • Fabricated and nonmeaningful speech, especially these types of speech associated with a trance condition or particular schizophrenic syndromes.
    • Xenoglossy.
    • See present of tongues.
    • The gift of tongues. Farrar.
    • Speaking in tongues; speaking a language one cannot understand, or speaking fancy but obviously meaningless speech, while in a trance-like state (or, supposedly, consuming spirits).
    • The gift of tongues; the capacity to talk foreign languages without consciously discovered them. This power is asserted is often present in somnambulistic people.
    • Xenoglossy.
    • repeated nonmeaningful speech (especially that involving a trance condition or spiritual fervor)
    • The present of tongues. Farrar.
    • The gift of tongues; the capacity to speak foreign languages with out consciously learned them. This energy is asserted is occasionally present in somnambulistic persons.
    • repetitive nonmeaningful speech (especially that of a trance condition or spiritual fervor)
    • Fabricated and nonmeaningful address, specifically such speech related to a trance condition or particular schizophrenic syndromes.
    • See gift of tongues.
    • talking in tongues; speaking a language one does not understand, or talking elaborate but evidently meaningless address, whilst in a trance-like condition (or, supposedly, consuming spirits).
    • Xenoglossy.
    • The present of tongues. Farrar.
    • The present of tongues; the capability to talk foreign languages with out consciously learned all of them. This power is asserted become occasionally within somnambulistic persons.
    • repeated nonmeaningful message (especially that associated with a trance condition or spiritual fervor)
    • Fabricated and nonmeaningful message, particularly such address related to a trance state or particular schizophrenic syndromes.
    • See gift of tongues.
    • Speaking in tongues; talking a language one doesn't know, or speaking fancy but obviously meaningless address, whilst in a trance-like state (or, supposedly, intoxicated by spirits).
    • Xenoglossy.
    • The gift of tongues. Farrar.
    • The present of tongues; the capacity to talk international languages without having consciously discovered all of them. This energy is asserted is occasionally contained in somnambulistic people.
    • repetitive nonmeaningful message (especially that related to a trance condition or spiritual fervor)
    • Fabricated and nonmeaningful speech, especially such message involving a trance condition or particular schizophrenic syndromes.
    • See gift of tongues.
    • Speaking in tongues; talking a language one doesn't know, or speaking fancy but obviously meaningless address, during a trance-like condition (or, supposedly, consuming spirits).
    • Xenoglossy.
    • The present of tongues. Farrar.
    • The gift of tongues; the capability to speak international languages without having consciously learned all of them. This power is asserted is often present in somnambulistic persons.
    • repetitive nonmeaningful address (especially that related to a trance state or spiritual fervor)
    • Fabricated and nonmeaningful address, particularly these types of address of a trance condition or specific schizophrenic syndromes.
    • See gift of tongues.
    • Fabricated and nonmeaningful address, specifically these types of message involving a trance condition or particular schizophrenic syndromes.
    • Speaking in tongues; speaking a language one does not know, or speaking elaborate but apparently meaningless speech, while in a trance-like state (or, supposedly, under the influence of spirits).
    • Fabricated and nonmeaningful message, specifically these types of speech involving a trance condition or certain schizophrenic syndromes.
    • Fabricated and nonmeaningful address, particularly these types of message involving a trance condition or certain schizophrenic syndromes.
    • Xenoglossy.
    • See gift of tongues.
    • See present of tongues.
    • identify gift of tongues.
    • The gift of tongues. Farrar.
    • talking in tongues; talking a language one will not know, or talking sophisticated but evidently meaningless message, while in a trance-like condition (or, supposedly, intoxicated by spirits).
    • talking in tongues; talking a language one does not understand, or speaking sophisticated but obviously meaningless speech, during a trance-like state (or, supposedly, intoxicated by spirits).
    • Xenoglossy.
    • The present of tongues; the capacity to speak international languages with out consciously discovered them. This power is asserted becoming sometimes within somnambulistic persons.
    • Xenoglossy.
    • The gift of tongues. Farrar.
    • repeated nonmeaningful speech (especially that involving a trance condition or spiritual fervor)
    • The gift of tongues. Farrar.
    • The gift of tongues; the capacity to speak foreign languages without consciously learned them. This power is asserted becoming occasionally present in somnambulistic individuals.
    • The present of tongues; the ability to speak foreign languages without consciously discovered them. This energy is asserted to be often within somnambulistic people.
    • repetitive nonmeaningful speech (especially that connected with a trance condition or religious fervor)
    • repeated nonmeaningful message (especially that involving a trance condition or religious fervor)
    • talking in tongues; speaking a language one does not understand, or talking fancy but obviously meaningless speech, while in a trance-like state (or, supposedly, under the influence of spirits).
    • Xenoglossy.
    • The gift of tongues. Farrar.
    • The present of tongues; the capability to speak foreign languages without having consciously discovered all of them. This power is asserted becoming occasionally within somnambulistic persons.
    • repetitive nonmeaningful message (especially that connected with a trance state or religious fervor)

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