Definitions for revival
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word revival.
revival, resurgence, revitalization, revitalisation, revivificationnoun
bringing again into activity and prominence
"the revival of trade"; "a revival of a neglected play by Moliere"; "the Gothic revival in architecture"
revival, revival meetingnoun
an evangelistic meeting intended to reawaken interest in religion
The act of reviving, or the state of being revived.
Renewed attention to something, as to letters or literature.
Renewed performance of, or interest in, something, as the drama and literature.
Renewed interest in religion, after indifference and decline; a period of religious awakening; special religious interest.
Reanimation from a state of langour or depression; -- applied to the health, spirits, and the like.
Renewed pursuit, or cultivation, or flourishing state of something, as of commerce, arts, agriculture.
Renewed prevalence of something, as a practice or a fashion.
the revival of hot pants
Restoration of force, validity, or effect; renewal; as, the revival of a debt barred by limitation; the revival of a revoked will, etc.
Revivification, as of a metal.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Recall from a state of languour, oblivion, or obscurity.
Etymology: from revive.
the act of reviving, or the state of being revived
renewed attention to something, as to letters or literature
renewed performance of, or interest in, something, as the drama and literature
renewed interest in religion, after indifference and decline; a period of religious awakening; special religious interest
reanimation from a state of langour or depression; -- applied to the health, spirits, and the like
renewed pursuit, or cultivation, or flourishing state of something, as of commerce, arts, agriculture
renewed prevalence of something, as a practice or a fashion
restoration of force, validity, or effect; renewal; as, the revival of a debt barred by limitation; the revival of a revoked will, etc
revivification, as of a metal. See Revivification, 2
Etymology: [From Revive.]
A revival is a restaging of a stage production after its original run has closed. New material may be added. A filmed version is said to be an adaptation and requires writing of a screenplay.
The Roycroft Dictionary
Religion with a vaudeville attachment.
British National Corpus
Rank popularity for the word 'revival' in Nouns Frequency: #2624
The numerical value of revival in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of revival in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
We are engaged with the reformist movement not only for its political orientation but also because of its religious revival and renaissance ... We’re looking for more freedom, culture, art, human rights and for better rights for our women.
We see no signs of revival in exports in the near future, we will be lucky if exports could even touch $265 billion to $270 billion for the whole year.
News channels both mainstream and social media are battling for its survival as its credibility has already gone below ground to minus level. but instead of doing something for citizens trust revival on its reports, media continues to dig deeper hole for itself through dubious stories shovel and has become completely nude & shameless by throwing all its towel.
I pray that the world understands that the only way to peace, durable and complete, is a spiritual revival.
The market for modern and contemporary African art is extremely strong, there has been a huge revival of interest in Nigerian art and modern African art across the board.
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Translations for revival
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- Wiederbelebung, ErweckungGerman
- réveil, hjjejhdFrench
- ath-bheothachadh, dùsgadhScottish Gaelic
- felelevenítés, megújulás, felélesztés, feléledés, megújhodás, felújításHungarian
- rinnovamento, risveglio, rinvigorimentoItalian
- odrodzenie, przebudzenie, ożywieniePolish
- возобновление, ревиваль, возрождение, восстановление, оживлениеRussian
- ravicance, ravicaedje, rivicaedjeWalloon
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