Celestial

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English

Alternative forms

Adjective

Celestial (not comparable)

  1. Relating to heaven in a religious sense.
  2. Relating to the sky or space.
  3. (Mormonism) Of or pertaining to the highest degree of glory.

Noun

Celestial (plural Celestials)
  1. An inhabitant of heaven.
  2. (sometimes capitalized) A native of China.

Synonyms for Celestial

Antonyms for Celestial

mortal, infernal, hellish, earthly.

Derived terms

Thesaurus

Elysian, Olympian, astral, astronomical, beatific, blessed, divine, elysian, empyreal, empyrean, ethereal, godly, heavenly, immortal, otherworldly, paradisaic, spiritual, sublime, supernal, supernatural, transcendental, transmundane, unearthly

Etymology

From Medieval Latin caelestialis < Latin caelestis < caelum (sky, heaven).

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Galician

Adjective

Celestial m. (feminine celestial, plural celestiais)

  1. celestial