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  2. Death - Wikipedia

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    Death is the end of life; the irreversible cessation of all biological functions that sustain a living organism. [1] The remains of a former organism normally begin to decompose shortly after death. [2] Death eventually and inevitably occurs in all organisms. Some organisms, such as Turritopsis dohrnii, are biologically immortal, however they can still die from means other than aging. [3 ...

  3. Athanasius (given name) - Wikipedia

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    Athanasius the Athonite (c. 920–c. 1003), Byzantine monk and saint who founded the monastic community on Mount Athos. Athanasius VI bar Khamoro (died 1129), Patriarch of Antioch, and head of the Syriac Orthodox Church from 1091 until his death. Pope Athanasius III of Alexandria, Coptic pope from 1250 to 1261.

  4. The Death of Slim Shady (Coup de Grâce) - Wikipedia

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    The Death of Slim Shady (Coup de Grâce) is the twelfth studio album by the American rapper Eminem. It was released on July 12, 2024, through Shady Records, Aftermath Entertainment, and Interscope Records.

  5. Posthumous name - Wikipedia

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    A posthumous name is an honorary name given mainly to revered dead people in East Asian culture. It is predominantly used in Asian countries such as China, Korea, Vietnam, Japan, and Thailand. Reflecting on the person's accomplishments or reputation, the title is assigned after death and essentially replaces the name used during life. Although most posthumous names are given to royalty, some ...

  6. List of death deities - Wikipedia

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    List of death deities. Yama, the Hindu god of death and Lord of Naraka (hell). He was subsequently adopted by Buddhist, Chinese, Tibetan, Korean, and Japanese mythology as the king of hell. Maya death god "A" way as a hunter, Classic period. The mythology or religion of most cultures incorporate a god of death or, more frequently, a divine ...

  7. Personifications of death - Wikipedia

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    A common term for the personification of death across Latin America is "la Parca" ("The Robe"), a figure similar to the Anglophone Grim Reaper, though usually depicted as female and without a scythe. In Aztec mythology, Mictecacihuatl is the " Queen of Mictlan " (the Aztec underworld ), ruling over the afterlife with her husband Mictlantecuhtli ...

  8. Mrtyu - Wikipedia

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    Yama's court. Mṛtyu ( Sanskrit: मृत्यु, romanized : Mṛtyu, lit. 'Death'), is a Sanskrit word meaning death. Mṛtyu, or Death, is often personified as the deities Mara (मर) and Yama (यम) in Dharmic religions such as Hinduism and Buddhism . Mara (Hindu goddess), the goddess of death according to Hindu mythology. Mṛtyu ...

  9. List of valkyrie names - Wikipedia

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    The Old Norse poems Völuspá, Grímnismál, Darraðarljóð, and the Nafnaþulur section of the Prose Edda book Skáldskaparmál provide lists of valkyrie names. Other valkyrie names appear solely outside these lists, such as Sigrún (who is attested in the poems Helgakviða Hundingsbana I and Helgakviða Hundingsbana II ). Valkyrie names commonly emphasize associations with battle and, in ...