Definition of discarnate in English:

discarnate

Line breaks: dis|car¦nate
Pronunciation: /dɪsˈkɑːnət
 
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adjective

(Of a person or being) not having a physical body: methods for communicating with the dead or with discarnate spirits
More example sentences
  • He referred to the artist in society as special - as a discarnate man who has integral awareness.
  • The incarnate Son is as it were forcibly made discarnate in death, and his divine-human spirit returns to his Father and his God, just as in human death the dust returns to the earth.
  • Well, that Free Age thread the other day seemed to be discussing the prophecies of an alleged discarnate entity called Seth.

Origin

late 19th century: from dis- 'without' + Latin caro, carn- 'flesh' or late Latin carnatus 'fleshy'.

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