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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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signifying

   Part, Question
1 1, 5 | Therefore among the names signifying the divine ~causality, goodness 2 1, 5 | species, for ~definitions signifying species are like numbers, 3 1, 13 | univocally or equivocally as signifying God, by ~nature, by participation, 4 1, 13 | nouns are applied to God ~signifying substance with quality. 5 1, 13 | names applied to God, or signifying His relation ~to creatures 6 1, 13 | consequently, but not as ~signifying the essence, either directly 7 1, 13 | operator, therefore names signifying relations following upon 8 1, 13 | conceived in idea. Hence no name signifying any ~individual thing is 9 1, 13 | give them concrete names signifying a nature ~existing in some " 10 1, 13 | giving a name to ~the sun as signifying this individual thing.~Aquin.: 11 1, 13 | For this name "God," as ~signifying the true God, includes the 12 1, 29 | definition of ~person, as signifying the singular in the genus 13 1, 29 | rational nature" is added, as signifying the singular in rational ~ 14 1, 29 | also called by three names ~signifying a reality - that is, "a 15 1, 29 | to God in the sense ~of signifying self-subsistence. There 16 1, 33 | is not ~properly a name signifying a Person.~Aquin.: SMT FP 17 1, 34 | the vocal sound itself, signifying the interior concept, is ~ 18 1, 34 | taken strictly in God, as signifying the concept of the ~intellect. 19 1, 39 | genitives are required, one ~signifying the form, and the other 20 1, 39 | the form, and the other signifying the determination of the ~ 21 1, 39 | multitude. So if the ~names signifying such a form are substantives, 22 1, 39 | seems proper to the Son, as signifying "a thing from another"; 23 1, 40 | relation only, but not as ~signifying the subsisting person; for 24 1, 41 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, terms signifying the essence in God, are 25 1, 45 | the term of creation as signifying a ~change, but is the subject 26 1, 48 | way it is considered as signifying the entity of a thing, ~ 27 1, 39 | genitives are required, one ~signifying the form, and the other 28 1, 39 | the form, and the other signifying the determination of the ~ 29 1, 39 | multitude. So if the ~names signifying such a form are substantives, 30 1, 39 | seems proper to the Son, as signifying "a thing from another"; 31 1, 40 | relation only, but not as ~signifying the subsisting person; for 32 1, 41 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, terms signifying the essence in God, are 33 1, 46 | the term of creation as signifying a ~change, but is the subject 34 1, 49 | way it is considered as signifying the entity of a thing, ~ 35 1, 82 | divided against power, but as signifying a ~certain aptitude by which 36 1, 92 | as ~subsequent to it, as signifying some perfection in it, so 37 1, 92 | considered in another way, as signifying the expression and perfection 38 1, 94 | as a ~particular virtue, signifying a habit whereby a man makes 39 1, 94 | circumstance of virtue; signifying a ~certain uninterrupted 40 2, 61 | writers. For some take them as signifying certain ~general conditions 41 2, 67 | genus denotes ~the whole by signifying that which is material; 42 2, 67 | material; the difference, by ~signifying that which is formal; the 43 2, 67 | formal; the species, by signifying both. Thus, in man, the 44 2, 102 | elements), ~viz. of linen, signifying earth, because linen, i.e. 45 2, 102 | out of ~the earth; purple, signifying water, because the purple 46 2, 102 | found in the sea; violet, signifying air, because it ~has the 47 2, 102 | and scarlet twice dyed, signifying fire: and ~this because 48 2, 102 | God; scarlet twice dyed, signifying the twofold love of God ~ 49 2, 102 | sweet-smelling incense was burnt, signifying the holiness ~of the people 50 2, 102 | were the ~pomegranates, signifying unity of faith and concord 51 2, 102 | prohibition is this: the kid, ~signifying Christ, on account of "the 52 2, 1 | OBJ 4: Hearing is of words signifying what is of faith, but not 53 2, 42 | with thy ~whole soul" as signifying the will, "with thy mind" 54 2, 81 | oris' ~(the mouth).] as signifying a beseeching or petition, 55 2, 81 | those who pray: but words signifying some object of devotion ~ 56 2, 90 | applied for the purpose of signifying it. Now these things differ ~ 57 2, 91 | signified, through the worship signifying something ~discordant therefrom: 58 2, 93 | same cause, so that by signifying the cause, in consequence 59 2, 120 | and not on the part of the signifying ~words, which are many. 60 2, 153 | understand continence as signifying ~that whereby a man resists 61 3, 16 | predication. For ~a word signifying the common nature in the 62 3, 16 | properly predicate a word signifying that nature in the concrete, 63 3, 16 | remote matter, the subject ~signifying one form and the predicate 64 3, 16 | of the different way of ~signifying; and we speak of the "Divine 65 3, 16 | there is added some word ~signifying human nature in the abstract, 66 3, 17 | supposita, ~but for two words signifying two natures in the concrete. 67 3, 22 | offered bread and wine, signifying, as Augustine says (Tract. 68 3, 28 | which applies the term signifying woman to those of the female ~ 69 3, 35 | employed to stand for it, signifying ~the Divine Nature, and 70 3, 35 | and when a word is used signifying the human nature. ~Now, 71 3, 60 | ways for the purpose of signifying various mental concepts, 72 3, 61 | foreshadowing grace; ~the former as signifying the presence of grace,~ 73 3, 64 | certain ~aptitude for the signifying of spiritual effects: but 74 3, 66 | reality signified and not signifying.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 75 3, 70 | signified: not of circumcision signifying. And since ~Baptism operates 76 3, 74 | because this is adapted for signifying the effect of ~this sacrament, 77 3, 74 | wine is for the purpose of ~signifying the sharing of this sacrament 78 3, 78 | is expressed by the noun signifying ~the nature of the thing 79 3, 78 | which have power only of signifying and not of producing, as ~ 80 Suppl, 18| is conferred. Thirdly, by signifying the Divine operation ~causing 81 Suppl, 29| together for the purpose of ~signifying or causing one thing, because 82 Suppl, 30| produce their effect by signifying it. Now ~Baptism signifies 83 Suppl, 36| called, the word "sacerdos" signifying ~dispenser of holy things [ 84 Suppl, 40| their hair cut off, thus signifying their contempt of temporal 85 Suppl, 40| covers the shoulders, thereby signifying courage in the exercise 86 Suppl, 40| have the "narrow ~tunic," signifying the doctrine of Christ; 87 Suppl, 45| produce their effect by signifying ~it; hence they effect what 88 Suppl, 49| Further, in matrimony as signifying the union of Christ with 89 Suppl, 67| natural law, for the ~sake of signifying or showing some Divine mystery,


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