Definitions for "Apocalypse"
One of a numerous class of writings proceeding from Jewish authors between 250 b. c. and 150 a. d., and designed to propagate the Jewish faith or to cheer the hearts of the Jewish people with the promise of deliverance and glory; or proceeding from Christian authors of the opening centuries and designed to portray the future.
Specifically, the revelation delivered to St. John, in the isle of Patmos, near the close of the first century, forming the last book of the New Testament (called Revelation or the Apocalypse).
Anything viewed as a revelation, especially one that is highly significant for the person receiving it; a disclosure. Often used of a realization or revelation that changes a person's goals or style of life.
Apocalypse is a board game released by Games Workshop in 1980. The game is a re-release of the earlier Gibsons Games publication, Warlord.
Apocalypse is a futuristic 3D space shoot 'em up game released in 1990 for the Acorn Archimedes written by Gordon J. Key and published by The Fourth Dimension.
Apocalypse (1974) is the Mahavishnu Orchestra's fourth album.(See 1974 in music.)
Apocalypse (En Sabah Nur) is a very powerful supervillain in the , one of the foremost enemies of the X-Men. Apocalypse was created by Jackson Guice and Louise Simonson and first fully appeared in X-Factor #6 (June 1986). Apocalypse is a virtually immortal mutant bonded with extraterrestrial technology.
Apocalypse is the name of a expansion set, released in June 2001. It is the third set of the Invasion Block.
The climactic event in cosmogonic myths, the destruction of the world as it has existed since the creation, often presaging the re-creation of a new cosmos. This motif is sometimes figured as a flood or earthquake or other disaster that marks both an end and a new beginning.
a prophecy of the end
a type of religious literature that has to do with the end of the world and the events that will take place before the end comes
a literary report of a fearful, often violent, vision that reveals truths about past, present and future times in highly symbolic and poetical terms
a record of Goodman's fieldwork, revealing both the ordinary and extraordinary in the lives of these remarkable women
Keywords:  catastrophe, final
a final catastrophe
Keywords:  threat, real
a very real threat
Keywords:  grand, fashion, doing, means
a means of doing this in a grand fashion