What is rebirth?

  • (noun): A spiritual enlightenment causing a person to lead a new life.
    Synonyms: conversion, spiritual rebirth
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on rebirth:

Rebirth - Other Uses
... Rebirth (manhwa) Rebirth (film), a 2011 Japanese drama film Rebirth, a 2011 documentary film "Rebirth" (Death Note episode) "Rebirth" (Futurama), a television episode ReBirth RB ... Volume 1 Rebirth, a 2006 video game "Rebirth," a Batman Beyond episode Mortal Kombat Rebirth ...
Commercial Slip - Rebirth
... Completed in 2008, Phase 2 of inner harbor plan laid out by the Erie Canal Harbor Development Corporation consisted of A re-watered navigable Commercial Slip in alignment with the original Commercial Slip ... A towpath/walkway on the west and east sides of the Commercial Slip ...
Tales Of Fandom Vol.1 - Main Series Video Games - Tales of Rebirth
... Tales of Rebirth, the sixth entry in the series, was originally released in 2004 for the PlayStation 2 ... possess full three dimensional graphics, Rebirth returns to a two dimensional graphical style more similar to the first four games in the series ...
List Of Pump It Up Video Games - Premiere 2 (Arcade - International)
... The international counterpart for The Rebirth ... The 36 new songs from Rebirth are featured, with 66 old songs from The Premiere ... version is normally not considered a collection, just an alternative version of The Rebirth ...

More definitions of "rebirth":

  • (noun): After death the soul begins a new cycle of existence in another human body.
    Synonyms: metempsychosis

Famous quotes containing the word rebirth:

    We are constantly thinking of the great war ... which saved the Union ... but it was a war that did a great deal more than that. It created in this country what had never existed before—a national consciousness. It was not the salvation of the Union, it was the rebirth of the Union.
    Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924)

    [Film noir] experiences periodic rebirth and rediscovery. Whenever we have any moment of deep societal rift or disruption in America, one of the ways we can express it is through the ideas and behavior in film noir.
    John Briley (b. 1925)