Definition for TRANS-FIG-UR-A'TION

TRANS-FIG-UR-A'TION, n. [Fr. See Transfigure.]

  1. A change of form; particularly, the supernatural change in the personal appearance of our Savior on the mount. See Matth. xvii.
  2. A feast held by the Romish church on the 6th of August, in commemoration of the miraculous change above mentioned. Cyc.

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