Crucifixion vs Passion - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between crucifixion and passion
is that crucifixion
is an execution by being nailed or tied to an upright cross and left to hang there until dead while passion
is any great, strong, powerful emotion, especially romantic love or hate.
As a verb passion is
(obsolete) to suffer pain or sorrow; to experience a passion; to be extremely agitated.
An execution by being nailed or tied to an upright cross and left to hang there until dead.
(absolute use, often capitalized: The Crucifixion ) The death on the Cross of Christ.
(figuratively) An ordeal, terrible, especially malicious treatment imposed upon someone.
- ''Rome used crucifixions as a deterrent, and standard for the 'vilest' crimes, such as slave rebellion.
- ''The suspects' hostile interrogation amounted to a public crucifixion .
Any great, strong, powerful emotion, especially romantic love or hate.
- We share a passion for books.
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An object of passionate or romantic love or strong romantic interest.
sexual intercourse, especially when very emotional
- It started as a hobby, but now my motorbike collection has become my passion .
The suffering of Jesus leading up to and during his crucifixion.
A play, musical composition or display meant to commemorate the suffering of Jesus.
(obsolete) Suffering or enduring of imposed or inflicted pain; any suffering or distress.
- We shared a night of passion .
* Wyclif Bible (Rom. viii. 18)
- a cardiac passion
(obsolete) The state of being acted upon; subjection to an external agent or influence; a passive condition; opposed to action .
* John Locke
- the passions of this time
(obsolete) Capacity of being affected by external agents; susceptibility of impressions from external agents.
* Francis Bacon
- A body at rest affords us no idea of any active power to move, and, when set is motion, it is rather a passion than an action in it.
(obsolete) An innate quality, property, or attribute of a thing.
- mouldable and not mouldable, scissible and not scissible, and many other passions of matter
(obsolete) Disorder of the mind; madness.
- to obtain the knowledge of some passion of the circle. (rfex)
* ardor, fire in the belly, zeal
* passion fruit, passionfruit
* Passion Sunday
* passion pop
(obsolete) To suffer pain or sorrow; to experience a passion; to be extremely agitated.
To give a passionate character to.
- Dumbly she passions , frantically she doteth.