Definitions for "Epiphany "
An appearance, or a becoming manifest.
A church festival celebrated on the 6th of January, the twelfth day after Christmas, in commemoration of the visit of the Magi of the East to Bethlehem, to see and worship the child Jesus; or, as others maintain, to commemorate the appearance of the star to the Magi, symbolizing the manifestation of Christ to the Gentles; Twelfthtide.
Literally, an unveiling, a revelation. The name of the festival held on January 6, celebrating the visit of the Magi to the infant Jesus, and symbolizing the revelation of Christ to the Gentiles, and by extension to all the nations. The name is also applied to the liturgical season extending from January 6 up to Ash Wednesday.
a comprehension or perception of reality by means of a sudden intuitive realization
a flash of deep realization that often changes one's life
a moment of great discovery or importance that profoundly alters one's life for better or worse
Epiphany is a multiplatform clone of the game Boulderdash. It is written entirely in C++, using Clanlib as its graphic library. The player must collect all valuable minerals scattered in levels, while avoiding being hit by a falling boulder or a bomb.
Epiphany is a multi-platform clone of Boulderdash made with ClanLib Game Library
Epiphany is the sophomore album from R&B singer T-Pain. It will be released sometime in 2007. The first official single from the album will be "Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin')", as mentioned on T-Pain's official website
Keywords:  elisha, elijah, heaven, friend, god
an instance when God is present -- so quickly, as in taking Elijah up into heaven and away from his friend and follower Elisha
Epiphany is a web browser for the GNOME computer desktop. It is a descendant of Galeon.
a cognitive discontinuity with postive effect
Keywords:  thankingcustomers, html, com, http
Keywords:  bicycle, tire, chain, flat
a flat tire on a bicycle without a chain
an independent, tuition-free, middle school for children of low-income families from Boston neighborhoods
Keywords:  mental, physical, process, one
a mental process, not a physical one