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fate  |  גורל
Morfix.co.il Dictionary  view results

fate  noun      גּוֹרָל

fate  verb      חָרַץ דִּין

doitinHebrew.com Phonetic Translation

fate  noun      goral

fate  verb      charatz diyn

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fate


English-Hebrew
fate
(ש"ע) גורל; מנת-גורל; מוות; הרס

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Fate
Fate may refer to:
  • Destiny, an inevitable course of events
  • The Fates, the three personifications of destiny in classical and European mythology (Moirae in Greek mythology, Parcae in Roman mythology, Norns in Norse mythology).
  • Fate, Texas, United States, a city in Northern Texas
  • Fate (comics), a DC comics character
  • , a 1991 computer role-playing game
  • Fate (1996 game), an unpublished 1996 computer game
  • FATE (computer game), a 2005 computer action-RPG
  • FATE (role-playing game), a generic role-playing game
  • "Fate" (short story), a short story by P. G. Wodehouse
  • Fate (band), a Danish heavy metal rock band
  • "Fated", a 2007 song by j-pop singer Ayumi Hamasaki
  • "Fate" (1953 song), a song from the 1953 musical play Kismet
  • "Fate" (Chaka Kahn song), a song by Chaka Kahn
  • "Fate" (Bleak song), a 2006 single by Bleak and Ana Johnsson
  • Fate (magazine), a magazine of paranormal phenomena
  • Fate/stay night, a Japanese visual novel game and animated television series

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Fate/stay night
is a Japanese eroge visual novel game created by Type-Moon, which was originally released on January 302004. It has been adapted into an anime television series, which was animated by Studio Deen and aired between January 6 2006 through June 16 2006.

The official announcement and teaser trailer of the anime were first shown at the Rondo Robe 2005 "-Gate to Date-" event in Japan on June 26 2005, and a curtain-raiser DVD was released in Japan during November 2005. An all-ages version of Fate/stay night, titled Fate/stay night Realta Nua, was released for the PlayStation 2 on April 192007, and features the seiyū from the anime series. The series was also adapted into a manga series, which was serialized in the monthly Shōnen Ace magazine.


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