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Noun Concept
Categories: Underworld, Articles with short description
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Hell  Hades  infernal region  netherworld  Scheol
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(religion) the world of the dead-Theognis WordNet 3.0
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(religion) the world of the dead-Theognis WordNet 3.0
(religion) the world of the dead Open English WordNet
The underworld, also known as the netherworld or hell, is the supernatural world of the dead in various religious traditions and myths, located below the world of the living. Wikipedia
Place in religion and mythology to where the souls of the recently departed go. Wikipedia Disambiguation
A region thought to be beneath the surface of the world in many religions and mythologies Wikipedia Disambiguation
Supernatural realm, usually beneath the earth, in various mythologies Wikidata
The world of the dead, located underneath the world of the living. OmegaWiki
In Greek mythology, the underworld and abode of the dead. OmegaWiki
Hell as a waiting place for damned souls before the Last Judgement, after which they may be cast in Gehenna. Wiktionary
In various religions, the place where some or all spirits are believed to go after death. Wiktionary
The locale of the spirit world or afterlife, whether deemed to be situated below the world of the living or not. Wiktionary
The spirit world. Wiktionary (translation)
The world of the dead, located underneath the world of the living; the afterlife. Wiktionary
World of the dead. Wiktionary (translation)
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No one goes to Hades with all his immense wealth WordNet 3.0
No one goes to Hades with all his immense wealth - Theognis Open English WordNet
While I was astrally projecting, I felt my soul pass through many insubstantial netherworlds. Wiktionary
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