What is another word for transmigrate?
[ tɹansmˈɪɡɹe͡ɪt], [ tɹansmˈɪɡɹeɪt], [ t_ɹ_a_n_s_m_ˈɪ_ɡ_ɹ_eɪ_t]
Related words: transmigrate a digital object, eternal transmigration, transmigrate urn, soul transmigration, transmigration of the soul
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Synonyms for Transmigrate:
v.• emigrate (verb)
- take wing,
How to use "Transmigrate" in context?
Transmigrate is the act of transferring from one place or state of being to another. It can refer to physical movement across space or time, or to a spiritual or mental transformation.
Transmigration has long been a part of human belief and mythology. We often think of it as the ability of the soul to travel after death, but it's actually a common experience throughout the world.
Many cultures believe that the deceased remain connected to the living. This is why it's often important to send off the deceased with gratitude and respect.
Honoring the departed is also important for the living.
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