Epiphany has three different meanings:
1. A moment when you suddenly feel that you understand, or suddenly become conscious of, something that trigger you to do some great work , sudden and instantaneous moment of happiness ete.
E.g. epiphany of newton when apple falls on his head.
2. A christian festival celebrated on 6th January on the occasion of revelation birth of baby Jesus.
3. A manifestation of divine, supernatural and powerful experience.
Examples of the word epiphany
1. Epiphany of the great scientist Sir Issac Newton when an apple falls on his head .
2. For you, it should be a moment of epiphany.
3. U and me had similar epiphany while sitting in helicopter.
4. It was a moment of epiphany when Narender Modi was declared the winner.
5. Mahesh had an epiphany for making new software.
Synonyms of Epiphany
Exposure, surprise, shocker, inspiration, oracle, divination, eye-opener, discovery, lightning bolt, vision, insight, apocalypse, divulgement etc.
Antonyms of Epiphany
Secret, concealment, quiet etc.
Origin: The word epiphany is derived from the Greek word epiphainein means reveal in 14th century.
Derived Forms: Epiphanic (adjective), epiphanies (plural)