Holy Ghost: another name for the Holy Spirit.
the third person in the Trinity; Jesus promised the Apostles that he would send the Holy Spirit after his Crucifixion and Resurrection; it came on Pentecost
The third member of the Godhead, a personage of spirit, unlike the Father and Son who have bodies of flesh and bones.
One of Heavenly Father's literal sons.
Holy Ghost is a wagering theory that is used by numerologists. The suggestion is that good things happen in threes (reference to the Biblical Trinity of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost). Players of the Holy Ghost theory believe that when a certain jockey, saddle cloth number, post position, trainer, etc., scores two wins, then it follows that there will be a third success, since good luck tends to run in groups of threes.
the Holy Spirit; the third person of the One God who exists in three equal persons
Holy Ghost is a play by Dr. Jon Tuttle, Playwright-in-Residence and Literary Manager at Trustus Theatre in Columbia, South Carolina, and Professor of English at Francis Marion University. Tuttle's other works include Drift and The Hammerstone.
Holy Ghost is a British techno group that has released on the German labels Tresor and Superstition Records. Comprised of members Gary Griffith and Leon Thomson, their music is characterised by quirky sound samples such as using Elvis Presley-sounding narration in some of their tracks.