the next world; the hereafter; heaven.
Informal. a place or future time seemingly very remote:
You could keep it up till kingdom come.
the next world; life after death
(informal) the end of the world (esp in the phrase until kingdom come)
(informal) unconsciousness or death
The next world; the afterlife: “The superpowers have enough nuclear warheads to blow the entire world to kingdom come.” An allusion to the Lord’s Prayer: “Thy kingdom come, thy will be done.”
noun 1. a meeting place of Jehovah’s Witnesses for religious services.
[koo sh, kuhsh] /kʊʃ, kʌʃ/ noun 1. the eldest son of Ham. Gen. 10:6. 2. an area mentioned in the Bible, sometimes identified with Upper Egypt. 3. Kingdom of, an ancient African state in this area; part of the region of Nubia (1000 b.c.–a.d. 350). /kʌʃ; kʊʃ/ noun (Old Testament) 1. the son of Ham […]
- Kingdom of god
(Matt. 6:33; Mark 1:14, 15; Luke 4:43) = “kingdom of Christ” (Matt. 13:41; 20:21) = “kingdom of Christ and of God” (Eph. 5:5) = “kingdom of David” (Mark 11:10) = “the kingdom” (Matt. 8:12; 13:19) = “kingdom of heaven” (Matt. 3:2; 4:17; 13:41), all denote the same thing under different aspects, viz.: (1) Christ’s mediatorial […]
noun 1. (in Kantian ethics) a metaphorical realm to which belong those persons acting and being acted upon in accordance with moral law.