Spirit

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Spirit or spirits may refer to:

Liquor and other volatile liquids[edit]

  • Spirits, a.k.a. liquor, distilled alcoholic drinks
  • Spirit or tincture, an extract of plant or animal material dissolved in ethanol
  • Volatile (especially flammable) liquids, such as
    • Ethanol, also known as drinking alcohol
    • Gasoline (or petrol), a clear petroleum-derived flammable liquid that is used primarily as a fuel
    • Petroleum ether, liquid hydrocarbon mixtures used chiefly as non-polar solvents
    • White spirit or mineral spirits, a common organic solvent used in painting and decorating

Spirituality and mood[edit]

  • Spirituality, pertaining to the soul or spirit
  • Spirit (vital essence), the non-corporeal essence of a being or entity
    • Vitalism, a belief in some fundamental, non-physical essence which differentiates organisms from inanimate, material objects
    • Pneuma, an ancient Greek word for 'breath' or 'wind', but also 'spirit' or 'soul'
    • Soul, the spiritual part of a living being, often regarded as immortal
    • Mind-body dualism, the view that mind and body are distinct and separable
    • Geist, a German word corresponding to ghost, spirit, mind or intellect
    • Psyche (psychology), a Greek word for 'soul' or 'spirit' and used in psychology
    • Genius (mythology), a Latin word for a divine spirit present in every individual person, place, or thing
  • Spirit, a supernatural and incorporeal or immaterial being
    • Spirit world (Spiritualism), the world or realm inhabited by spirits
    • Ghost, the soul or spirit of a deceased person or animal that can appear to the living
    • Deity, a being considered divine or sacred
    • Angel, a spiritual being
    • Demon, an evil spirit
    • Tutelary deity, a guardian spirit
    • Jinn, a morally ambivalent invisible entity, partly physical in nature.
    • A being in a vision
  • Spirit, nature or conception of a deity or their influence
    • Holy Spirit, a divine force, manifestation of God in the Holy Trinity, or agent of divine action, according to Abrahamic Religions
      • Pneumatology, the study of the Holy Spirit in Christian theology
    • Great Spirit, conception of a supreme being prevalent among some Native American and First Nations cultures
  • Spirit, a mood, usually in reference to a good mood or optimism ("high spirits")
  • Spirit, a feeling of social cohesiveness and mutual support, such as:
    • School spirit, a sense of a supportive community at an educational institution
    • Team spirit, such as that encouraged by team building activities

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