Definición de illuminati en inglés:

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Pronunciación: /ɪˌl(j)uːmɪˈnɑːti/

plural sustantivo

1People claiming to possess special enlightenment or knowledge of something: some mysterious standard known only to the illuminati of the organization
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The other prime role of Oxford is to take students, selected by bloodline, and prepare them for life as illuminati, within politics, business, finance and the media.
  • Their names should be spoken among the illuminati of our culture.
  • At the moment the front runners are ‘a crude Yank crashing the Brit party’ and a ‘bunch of sinister and heavily armed globalist illuminati who seek to infect the entire world’.
1.1 (Illuminati) A sect of 16th-century Spanish heretics who claimed special religious enlightenment.
1.2 (Illuminati) A Bavarian secret society founded in 1776, organized like the Freemasons.



Pronunciación: /ɪˈl(j)uːmɪnɪz(ə)m/
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • In Paz's view, ‘the belief in correspondences between all beings and worlds predates Christianity, crosses the Middle Ages, and, through Neoplatonism, illuminism, and occultism, reaches the nineteenth century’.


Pronunciación: /ɪˈl(j)uːmɪnɪst/
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • All groups have goals, and the Illuminists are no exception.


Late 16th century: plural of Italian illuminato or Latin illuminatus 'enlightened', past participle of illuminare (see illuminate).

Palabras que riman con illuminati

Amati, arty, Astarte, castrati, chapatti, clarty, coati, ex parte, Frascati, glitterati, Gujarati, hearty, karate, Kiribati, lathi, literati, Marathi, obbligati (US obligati), party, tarty

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Saltos de línea: il¦lu¦min|ati

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