Translation of heavenly in Spanish:

heavenly

celestial, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈhɛv(ə)nli//ˈhɛvənli/

adjective

  • 1

    Religion
    celestial
    Heavenly Father Padre Celestial masculine
    • The new covenant is linked with the new heavenly Jerusalem.
    • Earlier views of Jesus had portrayed him as a heavenly figure who had come to reveal heavenly mysteries and to institute a new religion.
    • God's love of humanity makes the heavenly Father into a heavenly Mother.
    • If you do not forgive men their sins your heavenly Father will not forgive you.
    • Phillip Frank is now a prince in God's heavenly kingdom.
    • He knelt at the Pope's feet, took his hand, and said, ‘God bless you, heavenly father!’
    • The prayer was so heavenly and full of earnest spirituality that all gathered were affected by it.
    • In such instances, the chant becomes wordless and the music begins to echo a kind of heavenly or angelic music.
    • Blessings are obtained from our heavenly Father through prayer.
    • Next, John is shown the heavenly court where God shares his divine throne with Jesus, who appears in the form of a slain but risen Lamb.
    • Our own churches are intended to be holy places - sanctuaries for the heavenly chorus, a place where God meets humans.
    • Some picture it as a kind of spiritual capital - like money in a bank account - whereby credit is built up as the deposit on a heavenly rebirth.
    • We who are the objects of that divine love are infinitely more treasured by our heavenly Father than we can know.
    • But it is every blessing that is spiritual in heavenly places.
    • The act of being robed in white by the heavenly benefactor speaks of the divine patron bestowing honor upon them in their hour of shame.
    • But the Holy Spirit wants to raise our minds to our heavenly Father so that we can look at him and delight in him, just as he delights in us.
    • Immortality means belonging to the family of God, the heavenly court.
    • The members of the church today are blest with all spiritual blessings in the heavenly places in Christ.
    • Let's listen carefully for the counsel of the Holy Spirit and train our eyes on the prize of the heavenly Jerusalem.
    • It tries to gain advantages before God and obtain righteousness through a supposedly better life with more divine occupations and more heavenly thoughts.
  • 2

    Astronomy
    celeste
    heavenly bodies cuerpos celestes masculine
    • Perfect motion should be in circles, so the stars and planets, being heavenly objects, moved in circles.
    • With allusions to the heavenly clutter of planets and stars, the artist gives his canvases a feeling of boundlessness.
  • 3informal

    (superb)
    divino informal
    we had a heavenly time lo pasamos divino informal
    • To be clement is to be lenient and compassionate, or, in the case of weather, perfectly heavenly.
    • The flowers direct the eye upward past a small, brooding view of Toledo - at which point the picture seems to burst into an exultant heavenly space.
    • I was about to give up when I spotted the most beautiful, perfect, heavenly, off white, romantic fairy-fantasy skirt at the far end of the floor.
    • I had one this morning at one of our local spas and it was heavenly.
    • They run out quickly of these heavenly delights, so get there early.
    • It was like the world disappeared, and we were spinning in a void of perfect, heavenly intimacy and pleasure.
    • Together we shall traverse this heavenly path to excellence.
    • Everything seemed heavenly that morning, even washing the dishes, for Emlyn was filled with the euphoria of being on the road for the first time.
    • Indeed, it was a heavenly delight to hear his sublimely pure ethical doctrine delivered with such powerful philosophic eloquence from the lips of its very creator.
    • A new brand has appeared, and this morning I had a scallop dish that was truly heavenly.
    • Thus, the Youth Daily proclaimed, ‘The draw of the Super Girls leaves the heavenly kings of pop in their dust.’
    • Shopping is a mundane necessity for most of us, but for some, it is a heavenly delight that just can't be beaten by any other vice.
    • A fireside chat in the wee hours of the morning attains a heavenly composure, the dramatic ethereal lighting making this their crucial scene.
    • Jason Pierce oversaw the compilation of tracks here, and it serves as a timely reminder of the heavenly wonder of one of Britain's foremost musical talents.
    • There are certainly heavenly smells that remind me how much I love and miss California.
    • Paradise is easier for Sally to work with because Ruskin had already recognised it in a lush green flat space with heavenly views over Coniston and hills.
    • ‘Hmmm,’ said Sophie when we entered the heavenly portals of the pleasuredome.