Spirit

Spirit (lit. breath of life), in philosophy and theology is the Divine mind incarnating itself in the life of a man, and breathing in all he thinks and does, and so is as the life-principle of it; employed also to denote any active dominating and pervading principle of life inspired from any quarter whatever and coming to light in the conduct.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Spires * Spirit, The Holy
Spermaceti
Spey
Spezia
Sphinx
Spice Islands
Spinello, Aretino
Spinola, Ambrosio, Marquis of
Spinoza, Benedict
Spinozism
Spires
Spirit
Spirit, The Holy
Spiritual, The
Spiritualism
Spithead
Spitzbergen
Splügen
Spohr, Ludwig
Spoleto
Spontini, Gasparo
Sporades

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Spirit in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Barclay, Robert
Beaton, James
Berkeley, George
Bodin, John
Bowyer, William
Brown, Robert
Campbell, George
Clayton, Robert
Dennis, John
Dodsley, Robert
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