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Deutsche Osternachtsfeuer Synonyme

Englische Easter Vigil fire; Easter fire Synonyme

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Osternachtsfeuer Definition

Anthony's Fire
() See Saint Anthony's Fire, under Saint.
Ash-fire
(n.) A low fire used in chemical operations.
Easter
(n.) An annual church festival commemorating Christ's resurrection, and occurring on Sunday, the second day after Good Friday. It corresponds to the pasha or passover of the Jews, and most nations still give it this name under the various forms of pascha, pasque, paque, or pask.
Easter
(n.) The day on which the festival is observed
Easter
(v. i.) To veer to the east
Elmo's fire
() See Corposant
Fire
(n.) The evolution of light and heat in the combustion of bodies
Fire
(n.) Fuel in a state of combustion, as on a hearth, or in a stove or a furnace.
Fire
(n.) The burning of a house or town
Fire
(n.) Anything which destroys or affects like fire.
Fire
(n.) Ardor of passion, whether love or hate
Fire
(n.) Liveliness of imagination or fancy
Fire
(n.) Splendor
Fire
(n.) Torture by burning
Fire
(n.) The discharge of firearms
Fire
(v. t.) To set on fire
Fire
(v. t.) To subject to intense heat
Fire
(v. t.) To inflame
Fire
(v. t.) To animate
Fire
(v. t.) To feed or serve the fire of
Fire
(v. t.) To light up as if by fire
Fire
(v. t.) To cause to explode
Fire
(v. t.) To drive by fire.
Fire
(v. t.) To cauterize.
Fire
(v. i.) To take fire
Fire
(v. i.) To be irritated or inflamed with passion.
Fire
(v. i.) To discharge artillery or firearms
Fire beetle
() A very brilliantly luminous beetle (Pyrophorus noctilucus), one of the elaters, found in Central and South America
Fire-fanged
(a.) Injured as by fire
Fire-new
(a.) Fresh from the forge
Fire-set
(n.) A set of fire irons, including, commonly, tongs, shovel, and poker.
Knobbling fire
() A bloomery fire. See Bloomery.
Vigil
(v. i.) Abstinence from sleep, whether at a time when sleep is customary or not
Vigil
(v. i.) Hence, devotional watching
Vigil
(v. i.) Originally, the watch kept on the night before a feast.
Vigil
(v. i.) Later, the day and the night preceding a feast.
Vigil
(v. i.) A religious service performed in the evening preceding a feast.

Easter Vigil fire; Easter fire Bedeutung

fire control preparation for the delivery of shellfire on a target
enfilade
enfilade fire
gunfire directed along the length rather than the breadth of a formation
fire watching (during World War II in Britain) watching for fires started by bombs that dropped from the sky
watch
vigil
a purposeful surveillance to guard or observe
fire drill an exercise intended to train people in duties and escape procedures to be followed in case of fire
reconnaissance by fire a method of reconnaissance in which fire is placed on a suspected enemy position in order to cause the enemy to disclose his presence by moving or returning fire
fire
firing
the act of firing weapons or artillery at an enemy, hold your fire until you can see the whites of their eyes, they retreated in the face of withering enemy fire
antiaircraft fire firing at enemy aircraft
barrage
barrage fire
battery bombardment
shelling
the heavy fire of artillery to saturate an area rather than hit a specific target, they laid down a barrage in front of the advancing troops, the shelling went on for hours without pausing
call fire fire delivered on a specific target in response to a request from the supported unit
close supporting fire fire on enemy troops or weapons or positions that are near the supported unit and are the most immediate and serious threat to it
cover covering fire fire that makes it difficult for the enemy to fire on your own individuals or formations, artillery provided covering fire for the withdrawal
deep supporting fire fire on objectives not in the immediate vicinity of your forces but with the objective of destroying enemy reserves and weapons and interfering with the enemy command and supply and communications
direct supporting fire fire delivered in support of part of a force (as opposed to general supporting fire delivered in support of the force as a whole)
concentrated fire
massed fire
fire from two or more weapons directed at a single target or area (as fire by batteries of two or more warships)
counterbattery fire fire delivered to neutralize or destroy indirect fire weapon systems
countermortar fire mortar fire intended to destroy or neutralize enemy weapons
counterpreparation fire intensive prearranged fire delivered when the immanence of enemy attack is discovered
destruction fire fire delivered for the sole purpose of destroying material objects
direct fire fire delivered on a target that is visible to the person aiming it
distributed fire fire dispersed so as to engage effectively an area target
friendly fire
fratricide
fire that injures or kills an ally
hostile fire fire that injures or kills an enemy
grazing fire fire approximately parallel to the ground, the center of the cone of fire does rise above meter from the ground
harassing fire fire designed to disturb the rest of enemy troops and to curtail movement and to lower enemy morale
indirect fire fire delivered on a target that is not itself used as the point of aim for the weapons
interdiction fire fire directed to an area to prevent the enemy from using that area
neutralization fire fire that is delivered in order to render the target ineffective or unusable
observed fire fire for which the point of impact (the burst) can be seen by an observer, fire can be adjusted on the basis of the observations
preparation fire fire delivered on a target in preparation for an assault
radar fire gunfire aimed a target that is being tracked by radar
registration fire fire delivered to obtain accurate data for subsequent effective engagement of targets
scheduled fire prearranged fire delivered at a predetermined time
searching fire fire distributed in depth by successive changes in the elevation of the gun
supporting fire fire delivered by supporting units to protect or assist a unit in combat
suppressive fire fire on or about a weapon system to degrade its performance below what is needed to fulfill its mission objectives
unobserved fire fire for which the point of impact (the bursts) cannot be observed
artillery fire
cannon fire
fire delivered by artillery
high-angle fire fire from a cannon that is fired at an elevation greater than that for the maximum range
mortar fire artillery fire delivered by a mortar
zone fire artillery or mortar fire delivered in a constant direction at several quadrant elevations
vigil watch the rite of staying awake for devotional purposes (especially on the eve of a religious festival)
pyrolatry
fire-worship
the worship of fire
fire sale a sale of merchandise supposedly damaged by fire
fire sale a sale of assets at very low prices typically when the seller faces bankruptcy
European fire salamander
Salamandra salamandra
a kind of European salamander
spotted salamander fire salamander
Salamandra maculosa
European salamander having dark skin with usually yellow spots
fire-bellied toad
Bombina bombina
toad of central and eastern Europe having red or orange patches mixed with black on its underside
firefly fire beetle
Pyrophorus noctiluca
tropical American click beetle having bright luminous spots
fire ant omnivorous ant of tropical and subtropical America that can inflict a painful sting
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