See also Life
Old English , from līf Proto-Germanic *līƀom, from Proto-Indo-European *lībʰ-. Cognate with Dutch lijf ( “ ‘body ’ ” ), German Leib ( “ ‘body ’ ” ), Swedish liv ( “ ‘waist, life ’ ” ).
Life ( plural ) lives
The state that follows birth, and precedes death.
( biology A status given to any entity including ) animals, plants, fungi, bacteria, etc. — and sometimes viruses — having the properties of replication and metabolism.
Patrono:Philosophy The essence of the manifestation and the foundation of the being.
( phenomenology the ) subjective and inner manifestation of the individual.
The world in general; existence.
life on this planet has been marked by continual conflict. A worthwhile existence.
He gets up early in the morning, works all day long — even on weekends — and hardly sees his family. That's no
life! A biography.
life of the founder is finished, except for the title. Something which is inherently part of a person's existence, such as job, family, a loved one, etc.
She's my love, my
life. ( colloquial A ) life sentence; a term of imprisonment of a convict until his or her death.
The span of time during which an object operates.
This light bulb is designed to have a
life of 2,000 hours. The period of time during which an object is recognizable.
life of this milk carton may be thousands of years in this landfill. ( video games One of the ) player's chances to play, lost when a mistake is made.
Scoring 1000 points is rewarded with an extra
( philosophy essence of manifestation and foundation of being , ) : 1994: Violet Quill, Robert Ferro:
Most things in life, including life itself, seemed to have articulated sections, discrete and separate and straightforward.
( the state that precedes death ) : death
( biology ) : coma
( philosophy ) : void
The state between birth and death
a status given to an entity with the properties of replication and metabolism
the essence of the manifestation and the foundation of the being
the subjective and inner manifestation of the individual
The world in general, existence
inheritantly part of a person's existence
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Arabic: (ħayā) حياة
f . Afrikaans: lewe
Bulgarian: живот (život)
Basque: bizi, bizitza, existentzia
Hawaiian: ola, nohona, noho ʻana
Indonesian: hidup, kehidupan
f . Lingala: bomɔi
Lithuanian: gyvybė (1,2); f . gyvenimas (4, 5)
m . Maori: ora, koiora, wairua ora, tauoranga
زِندِگی Slovak: život (1-5), m . doživotie (6)
n . Tupinambá: tekobé
Turkish: yaşam, hayat