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  2. spir·it (spĭr′ĭt) n. 1. a. A force or principle believed to animate living beings. b. A force or principle believed to animate humans and often to endure after departing from the body of a person at death; the soul. 2. Spirit The Holy Spirit. 3. A supernatural being, as: a. An angel or demon. b. A being inhabiting or embodying a particular place.
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  5. spirit [spir´it] 1. a volatile or distilled liquid. 2. an alcoholic or hydroalcoholic solution of a volatile material. aromatic ammonia spirit (aromatic spirit of ammonia) a mixture of ammonia, ammonium carbonate, and other agents for use as an inhalant to revive a person who has fainted. spir·it (spir'it), 1. An alcoholic liquor stronger than wine.
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  7. The spirit is thus in man the principle of life--but of man as distinguished from the brute--so that in death this spirit is yielded to the Lord (Luke ; Acts ; 1 Corinthians , "that the spirit may be saved"). Hence, God is called the "Father of spirits" (Hebrews ).
  8. spirit (n.) midc., "animating or vital principle in man and animals," from Anglo-French spirit, Old French espirit "spirit, soul" (12c., Modern French esprit) and directly from Latin spiritus "a breathing (respiration, and of the wind), breath; breath of a god," hence "inspiration; breath of life," hence "life;" also "disposition, character; high spirit, vigor, courage; pride, arrogance.

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