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Origin of beatitude
Examples from the Web for beatitude
His beatitude cannot be increased or diminished, but it can be imparted.
Thus, therefore, the essence of beatitude consists in an act of mind.
Until quite lately his Beatitude maintained a court jester also—one Shlimun (Solomon), who died a few years ago.The Cradle of Mankind|W.A. Wigram
And the teaching of Holy Scripture contains three points—faith, virtue, and beatitude.The Catholic World; Volume I, Issues 1-6|E. Rameur
He could have placed all rational creatures at once in the state of beatitude, and kept all sin an evil out of the universe.
Word Origin for beatitude
early 15c., "supreme happiness," from Middle French béatitude (15c.) and directly from Latin beatitudinem (nominative beatitudo) "state of blessedness," from past participle stem of beare "make happy," related to bene-. As "a declaration of blessedness" (usually plural, beatitudes, especially in reference to the Sermon on the Mount) it is attested from 1520s.