Definition of Exilic

1. Adjective. Of or relating to a period of exile (especially the exile of the Jews known as the Babylonian Captivity).

Partainyms: Exile
Derivative terms: Exile



Definition of Exilic

1. a. Pertaining to exile or banishment, esp. to that of the Jews in Babylon.

Definition of Exilic

1. Adjective. Of or pertaining to exile ¹

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Definition of Exilic

1. pertaining to exile (banishment from one's own country) [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exilic

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exiguously
exiguousness
exiguousnesses
exilable
exilarch
exilarchs
exile
exiled
exilement
exilements
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exilers
exiles
exilian
exilic (current term)
exiling
exilities
exilition
exility
eximious
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exinanitions
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exines
exing
exinitic
exist
existability
existable

Literary usage of Exilic

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1. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1907)
"the Persian and exilic eschatology, and not at all immediately to the Inscriptions in my main arguments, for it is in the Avesta, and in that alone, ..."

2. The Newer Criticism and the Analogy of Faith: A Reply to Lectures by W by Robert Watts (1882)
"But this post-exilic theory not only brings the pre- exilic prophets into conflict with some of the most eminent of the divinely-appointed institutions of ..."

3. An Introduction to the Old Testament: Chronologically Arranged by Harlan Creelman (1917)
"While the different divisions and collections composing our present Psalter date from post-exilic times, as has been noticed previously in the discussion of ..."

4. The Messages of the Later Prophets; Arranged in the Order of Time, Analyzed by Frank Knight Sanders (1899)
"INTRODUCTION THE CHARACTERISTICS OF exilic AND POST exilic PROPHECY The beginning of the Babylonian exile marks a turning point in both Hebrew prophecy and ..."

5. The Messages of the Later Prophets by Frank Knight Sanders, Charles Foster Kent (1899)
"INTRODUCTION r THE CHARACTERISTICS OF exilic AND POST exilic PROPHECY i The beginning of the Babylonian exile marks a turning point in both Hebrew prophecy ..."

6. Avesta Eschatology Compared with the Books of Daniel and Revelations: Being by Lawrence Heyworth Mills (1908)
"exilic and Pre-exilic. The matter in its closer point is this: We everywhere speak of the "exilic Books"; but it is an obvious and pressing fact that much ..."

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