Grace


Grace

Grace may refer to:

Religion

* Grace (prayer), said before or after a meal
* Divine grace, unearned favors received from God.
* Prevenient grace, an Augustine Christian theological concept
* Irresistible grace, a Calvinistic Christian theological concept
* Actual grace, a Catholic theological concept.
* Sola gratia - "grace alone"

Music

* "Grace" (album) (1994), by Jeff Buckley
* Grace (band), a 1990s dance music group
* "Grace" (Simon Webbe album), by Simon Webbe
* "Grace" (album), by Tribes of Neurot
* "Grace" (Lee Soo Young album), an album by Lee Soo Young

ongs

*"Grace" (Jeff Buckley song), a 1994 song by Jeff Buckley
*"Grace" (U2 song), a 2000 song by U2
*"Grace" (Supergrass song), a 2002 song by Supergrass
*"Grace" (Simon Webbe song), a 2007 song by Simon Webbe
*"The Grace" (song), a 2005 song by Canadian band Neverending White Lights
*"Grace Kelly" (song), a song by Mika
*"Grace", a song on Will Young's fourth album "Let It Go"

cience and technology

* GRACE, Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment
* Grace (plotting tool), software
* Hyundai Grace, a minivan built by Hyundai Motor Company
* Grace, the American codename for the Aichi B7A, a World War II Japanese bomber aircraft

People with the surname Grace

* John Hilton Grace, a British mathematician
* Mark Grace, baseball player
* Ted Grace, Australian politician
* Topher Grace, an American actor
* William Gilbert Grace, an English cricket player
* William Russell Grace, founder of W. R. Grace and Company
* Helen Grace, British actress

Other

* Graces, or the Charites in Greek mythology
* Grace, Idaho
* Grace (given name), a feminine name
* Grace (photograph), the Minnesota state photograph
* "Grace" (short story), by James Joyce
* Grace (style), a form of address
* "Grace" (Stargate SG-1), a television series episode
* Grace Choi a character in the fictional DC Universe
* The Game of graces, a 19th century game for young girls.

ee also

* Amazing Grace
* "Grace Under Fire"
* Grace Under Pressure
* Gracie
* Saving Grace
* "States of Grace"
* "Will & Grace"
* "Le Bénédicité" ("Grace") a painting by Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Synonyms:

Look at other dictionaries:

  • GRÂCE — Le mot «grâce» et la réalité qu’il désigne ont une importance centrale dans la vie de l’humanité, et particulièrement dans l’histoire et la théologie chrétiennes. S’il est vrai que tout homme souffre d’un sentiment diffus et non expliqué de… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • grace — Grace, bien et plaisir qu on fait à celuy qui ne l a deservi, Gratia. Bonnegrace, Elegantia. Bonnegrace et contenance, Palaestra, B. ex Cic. Cela n a point de grace, Non habet genium, Bud. ex Martiale. Qui a mauvaise grace, Inconcinnus homo,… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • grace — GRACE. s. f. Faveur, bon office qu on fait à quelqu un sans y estre obligé. S il vous accorde telle chose, ce sera une pure grace. je vous demande cette grace. je vous demande cela en grace. faites moy la grace de .... je tiens cela de vostre… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Grace — (gr[=a]s), n. [F. gr[^a]ce, L. gratia, from gratus beloved, dear, agreeable; perh. akin to Gr. ? to rejoice, cha ris favor, grace, Skr. hary to desire, and E. yearn. Cf. {Grateful}, {Gratis}.] 1. The exercise of love, kindness, mercy, favor;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Grace — bezeichnet: Grace (Vorname), ein weiblicher Vorname Grace (Fernsehserie), eine US amerikanische Fernsehserie Grace (Band), ein Dancemusic Projekt von Paul Oakenfold und Steve Osborne (1994–1997) Grace (Album), ein Album von Jeff Buckley, das… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Grace — (en español: Gracia) puede referirse a: Contenido 1 Personajes 2 Música 3 Miscelánea 4 Véase también …   Wikipedia Español

  • GRACE — Typ: Forschungssatellit Land (Organisation): USA/Deutschland (NASA/DLR) NSSDC ID: 2002 012A/B Missionsdaten Trägerrakete …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • grace — [greɪs] noun [uncountable] 1. additional time that is allowed before a payment must be made: • Paraguay was granted a new period of 20 years, with eight years grace, for the payment of its $436 million debt to Brazil. • They have a grace period… …   Financial and business terms

  • Grace — • Leads to four articles on the subject Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Grace     Grace     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • grace — [grās] n. [ME < OFr < L gratia, pleasing quality, favor, thanks < gratus, pleasing < IE base * gwer , to lift up the voice, praise > Sans gṙṅāti, (he) sings, praises & OIr bard, bard] 1. beauty or charm of form, composition,… …   English World dictionary