Definitions for "Armageddon"
the final, decisive battle between the forces of good and evil, as foretold in the Apocolypse of Saint John. Also, the site of that battle. Used metaphorically for a vast and decisive conflict, attended by cataclysmic destruction.
(har me-GEED-do) n. Armageddon. “Hill of Megiddo” (Rev. 16:16). The word is a corruption of Har Megiddo, the Mount of Megiddo, near Tel Aviv, a place where many battles were fought ages ago.
The place of the final battle where the followers of Antichrist are destroyed when Jesus Christ returns on the Day of the Lord. Babylon the Great – Mystery Babylon the Great· A powerful city-state or superpower at the end of the age, which will hold a position of great influence over the world until it is destroyed by the fourth beast kingdom.
Armageddon was a rock band formed in 1975, comprising drummer Bobby Caldwell, previously a member of Captain Beyond, singer Keith Relf, who had fronted the enormously influential Yardbirds as well as having been a co-founder of Renaissance, guitarist Martin Pugh, of Steamhammer fame, and bassist Louis Cennamo, also formerly of Renaissance and Steamhammer. They only released one album, the self titled Armageddon. The band only played a few gigs to promote the album which suffered the fate of being largely ignored as a result, only recently gaining something of a reputation amongst fans of hard rock.
Armageddon is the second album by the band Stromkern.
Armageddon was a Swedish heavy metal band, led by Christopher Amott of Arch Enemy. Originally conceived as a melodic death metal band, the group's later efforts fall into the power metal category. The band has released three albums in Japan to date.
Armageddon is a 1998 disaster/science fiction film about a group of blue-collar deep-core drillers who are sent by NASA to deflect an asteroid on a collision course with Earth. It was directed by Michael Bay and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer. It stars Bruce Willis, Billy Bob Thornton, Ben Affleck and Liv Tyler.
Armageddon is a fictional character, a member of the X-Men, a comic book series published by Marvel Comics. He appeared in issues #41-42 of the Exiles. He is the son of Apocalypse from Nocturne's reality.
Armageddon is a twice annual science fiction and comics convention held in Wellington and Auckland, New Zealand. In recent years it has also showcased gaming, animation, and consumer electronics.
To dream of armageddon, or the end of the world, was very common in the year 1999 when many people thought the end of the world was going to occur at the year 2000. However, to dream about armageddon now is usually a deep-rooted fear that your world is about to change dramatically. By "your world" I am referring to everything around you, your job, your family etc. in prophetic dreams armageddon predicts a dramatic change in one's life, possibly the death of someone close or in some cases, of the dreamer himself (but this is extremely rare).
A game which White must win to win the match, but which Black only needs to draw to win the match. White has more time than black: the discrepancy can vary, but in FIDE World Championships, White has six minutes, Black five. Typically used in playoff tie-breakers where shorter blitz games have not resolved the tie.
Armageddon is a low fantasy MUD, a form of multiplayer online roleplaying game (MMORPG), designed to provide a roleplaying experience in the harsh desert world of Zalanthas. It began in 1991 as a DIKU-Based MUD and has been intensively customized and modified since. Armageddon is coded mainly in C, with elements of Javascript.
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Armageddon is a 1997 Hong Kong film directed by Gordon Chan starring Andy Lau, Michelle Reis and Anthony Wong.