Definition for A-POC'A-LYPSE

A-POC'A-LYPSE, n. [apoc'alyps; Gr. from αποκαλυπτω, to disclose; απο and καλυπτω, to cover.]

Revelation; discovery; disclosure. The name of a book of the New Testament, containing many discoveries or predictions respecting the future state of Christianity, written by St. John, in Patmos, near the close of the first century.

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