Translation of rite in Spanish:

rite

rito, n.

Pronunciation: /rʌɪt//raɪt/

noun

  • 1

    rito masculine
    funeral rites (masculine plural) ritos fúnebres
    • initiation rite rito iniciático / de iniciación
    • The hotly contested question about cremation rites is not surprising, given their crucial status in the local religion.
    • We pray to our own god and according to our own religious rites and traditions’ he explained.
    • Though suggestive of mystic, pagan rites of purification and primitivism, the film, like all true surrealism, outrageously defies attempts at pigeonholing analysis and close reading.
    • Homage is paid to them in annual rites of fertility, harvest, and the like.
    • Preceded by elaborate communal rites and rituals, its end is to restore harmony and reinforce the social fabric.
    • Article 17 insists that the dead be ‘honourably interred’ - if possible ‘according to the rites of the religion to which they belonged’.
    • The impromptu funeral rites she performs are her amateurish attempts to clear her conscience of this terrible burden.
    • The third deals with burial rites, mourning, and other kinds of ceremonies.
    • As I have mentioned, the sacrificial rite of kirasudj is held one month after the burial by adherents of traditional religion.
    • The Church of England still does not sanction remarriage of divorcees - i.e. they cannot be remarried using the full religious rite, though their civil marriages can be blessed by the church, and they can be admitted to communion.
    • The recipient must be an American boy or girl celebrating a religious rite: a first communion, confirmation, bar or bat mitzvah.
    • Major life transitions, such as birth, marriage, and death, are marked by religious ceremonies, often including both Voudou and Christian rites.
    • He broke the white wafer into small pieces and placed one in his mouth, whispering the rites of Communion.
    • The earth is sacred, and no ploughing or sowing or reaping can take place without some religious rite.
    • Feasting and sharing food are an important feature of traditional agricultural and religious rites.
    • The village was unable to help him, however, despite the number of religious rites they enacted.
    • A second springtime fertility rite, in which unmarried women perform dances and songs, coincides with St. Lazar's Day, eight days before Easter.
    • It is thought they may have been killed as part of some religious rites but no one really knows and I wonder if, in the future, any finders of these human remains will be similarly appalled and mystified.
    • Even now he is surrounded by his ministers and clergymen prepared to administer final rites.
    • Funerary rites involve either a church service or a civil ceremony, depending on the beliefs of the deceased and his or her survivors.
    • In the black communities of the 1920s, funeral rites were both extremely important and rarely provided for financially.
    • Some of the diary reads much like a tourist guidebook, describing wedding ceremonies and funeral rites, Afghan customs and consumer prices in Kabul.