[mi-rak-yuh-luh s] /mɪˈræk yə ləs/
performed by or involving a supernatural power or agency:
a miraculous cure.
of the nature of a ; marvelous.
having or seeming to have the power to work :
of, like, or caused by a miracle; marvellous
having the power to work miracles
mid-15c., from Middle French miraculeux, from Medieval Latin miraculosus, from Latin miraculum “miracle, marvel, wonder” (see miracle). Related: Miraculously (early 15c.); miraculousness.
[mir-uh-flawr-uh s, -flohr-; Spanish mee-rah-flaw-res] /ˌmɪr əˈflɔr əs, -ˈfloʊr-; Spanish ˌmi rɑˈflɔ rɛs/ plural noun 1. the locks of the Panama Canal, near the Pacific entrance. /ˌmɪrəˈflɔːrəs; Spanish miraˈflores/ noun 1. Lake Miraflores, an artificial lake in Panama, in the S Canal Zone of the Panama Canal
[mi-rahzh] /mɪˈrɑʒ/ noun 1. an optical phenomenon, especially in the desert or at sea, by which the image of some object appears displaced above, below, or to one side of its true position as a result of spatial variations of the index of refraction of air. 2. something illusory, without substance or reality. 3. (initial […]
[meer-ahj] /ˈmɪər ɑdʒ/ noun, Islam. 1. Muhammad’s miraculous ascension from Jerusalem, through the seven heavens, to the throne of God. The site from which he ascended is now the shrine of the Dome of the Rock.
[mir-uh-mahr] /ˈmɪr əˌmɑr/ noun 1. a town in SE Florida.