Some articles on kingdom:
... The great King Ravana established his kingdom here with Ravana Kotte, now submerged in the sea, as its boundary ... Agriculture flourished in area during the period of Ruhuna Kingdom ... According to Mahavamsa, the Kingdom of Ruhuna began to decline by the end of the 13th Century AD ...
... The Kingdom of Holland 1806–1810 (Dutch Koninkrijk Holland, French Royaume de Hollande) was set up by Napoleon Bonaparte as a puppet kingdom for his ... In 1807 Prussian East Frisia and Jever were added to the kingdom but in 1809, after a British invasion, Holland had to give over all territories south of the ... Dutch interests instead of his brother's—and the kingdom was dissolved in 1810 after which the Netherlands were annexed by France until 1813 ...
... Percentage rate of Hungarians without Kingdom of Croatia (estimations) Notes c. 1828 11,495,536 40-45% 1837 44% 37% (with Kingdom of Croatia) 1846 12,033,399 40–45% 41,6% 36,5-40% (with Kingdom of Croatia) Two years before Hungarian. 1880 13,749,603 46% 1900 16,838,255 51.4% 1910 18,264,533 54.5% 48,1% (with Kingdom of Croatia) 5% Jews (counted according to their mother tongue) ...
... Kingdom (biology), a category in biological taxonomy. ...
... who are standing here will not taste death before they see the kingdom of God.” “Truly, I say to you, there are some standing here who will not taste ...
More definitions of "kingdom":
- (noun): A country with a king as head of state.
- (noun): A domain in which something is dominant.
Example: "The untroubled kingdom of reason"
Synonyms: land, realm
- (noun): One of seven biological categories: Monera or Protoctista or Plantae or Fungi or Animalia.
- (noun): A monarchy with a king or queen as head of state.
- (noun): The domain ruled by a king or queen.
Famous quotes containing the word kingdom:
“Let us more and more insist on raising funds of love, of kindness, of understanding, of peace. Money will come if we seek first the Kingdom of Godthe rest will be given.”
—Mother Teresa (b. 1910)
“There exists a black kingdom which the eyes of man avoid because its landscape fails signally to flatter them. This darkness, which he imagines he can dispense with in describing the light, is error with its unknown characteristics.... Error is certaintys constant companion. Error is the corollary of evidence. And anything said about truth may equally well be said about error: the delusion will be no greater.”
—Louis Aragon (18971982)
“Boredom is the legitimate kingdom of the philanthropic.”
—Virginia Woolf (18821941)