The definition of Armageddon is the place where Christians believe the final battle between good and evil will be fought before Judgment Day.noun
The Book of Revelation is an example of the account of Armageddon.YourDictionary definition and usage example. Copyright © 2013 by LoveToKnow Corp.
- Bible the place where the last, decisive battle between the forces of good and evil is to be fought before Judgment Day: Rev. 16:16
- any great, decisive battle
Origin: LL(Ec) Armagedon < Gr Harmagedōn < ? Heb har, mountain + megido, the plain of Megiddo
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- Bible The scene of a final battle between the forces of good and evil, prophesied to occur at the end of the world.
- A decisive or catastrophic conflict.
Origin: Late Latin Armagedōn, from Greek, from Hebrew har məgiddô, the mountain region of Megiddo : har, mountain; see hrr in Semitic roots + məgiddô, Megiddo.
armageddon - Cultural Definition
In the Book of Revelation, the site of the final and conclusive battle between good and evil, involving “the kings of the Earth and the whole world,” on the “great day of God Almighty.”
- Figuratively, “Armageddon” is any great battle or destructive confrontation.