(verb) to stay or wait.
(verb) to strike down, deliver an attack.
(adj.) relating to the eye.
(noun) an agreement or contract; a group that agrees to a certain set of principle or rules.
(noun) principles or beliefs.
(noun) someone willing to die or sacrifice for a a cause.
(adj.) irritated or confused.
(noun) religious instruction, a book of religious teachings.
(noun) awareness, realization.
(adj.) relating to religion or the church.
(noun) the highest point.
(verb) to hold, shake, or wave, as with a weapon.
(noun) to speak against accepted beliefs or practices.
(adj.) sensational or shocking.
(noun) incredibly unhappy, unfortunate, or despicable person.
(noun) the podium or stage from which a minister or priest speaks.
(adj.) decent, innocent, pure (esp. in relations with the opposite sex).
(noun) one's dress or clothing.
(noun) a convert or believer, esp. related to religion.
(adj.) highly respected due to age or reputation.
(noun) a person or thing that is loathed and hated.
(adj.) interesting, fascinating.
(verb) to beg or plead.