Empyreal meaning

ĕmpī-rēəl, ĕm-pîrē-əl
Empyrean.
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Of the sky; celestial.
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Elevated; sublime.
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Of the empyrean; heavenly; sublime.
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Pertaining to the highest heaven or the empyrean; celestial; sublime; exalted.
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Of the sky or heavens.
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Fiery, made of pure fire.
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Origin of empyreal

  • Middle English emperiall from Medieval Latin empyreus from Late Latin empyrius fiery from Greek empurios en- in en–2 pūr fire paəwr̥ in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Latin empyreus, from Ancient Greek ἐμπύρος (empuros, “fiery”), from ἐν (en, “en-”) + πῦρ (pur, “fire”) (English pyre).

    From Wiktionary