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Passion (emotion) - Wikipedia

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Passion is a very strong feeling about a person or thing. Passion is an intense emotion, a compelling enthusiasm or desire for something. Passion may be a ...

passion - Online Etymology Dictionary

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late 12c., "sufferings of Christ on the Cross," from Old French passion "Christ's passion, physical suffering" (10c.), from Late Latin passionem (nominative passio ) ...

The Etymology of Passion | LetterPile

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Dec 20, 2016 ... An overview of the word passion including the etymological history of the word and how it has changed over time.

A Few Thoughts About Passion - FRANCIS BERGER

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Aug 8, 2013 ... To discover what the dark side of passion is all you need to do is examine the etymology of the word itself. Our modern word passion finds its ...

passion - Wiktionary

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From Old English passio, passion (“Christ's passion”), from Latin passio (“ suffering”), noun of action from perfect passive participle ...

Redefining Passion - Barb Elyett

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The root of the word "passion" is found in the Latin word "passio" which means " suffering.” On the surface, the wordpassion” can stir emotions in us that inspire,  ...

Why passionate people suffer - Stephen Palmer

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“After educating me about the word's etymology, Arthur added, 'Passion doesn't mean just suffering for suffering's sake; it must be pure and willing suffering.

English Word Series: Passion | World-Leading Language Solutions ...

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The word 'passion' can be traced back to its 5000 year old Proto-Indo-European base '*pei', which meant 'to hurt'. In approximately 1175 this word was adopted ...

Passion | Define Passion at Dictionary.com

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Passion definition, any powerful or compelling emotion or feeling, as love or hate. ... Showing flashes of the passion of 2008, Obama again invoked the word ...

Passion, Passions - International Standard Bible Encyclopedia

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"Passion" is derived from Latin passio, which in turn is derived from the verb patior, with the root, pat-. The Latin words are connected with the Greek root, path -, ...