eschatological \es-kuh-tl-OJ-i-kuhl\, adjective:
1. Regarding last, or final, matters, often of a theological nature.2. Regarding any system of doctrines concerning theological endings, such as death, the Judgment, the future state, etc.
Eschatological is built from the Greek roots eschatos, "last, furthest, remote," and logia, "a speaking" (in a certain manner). In theology, the study of the four last things: death, judgment, heaven, hell.
- Used to describe the after-effect of Christmas, or the Holidays in general: 12 Days of Hanukkah/Christmas, etc. is usually a busy time, very exciting, and enjoyable. By the end of the celebrations (The night of Christmas Day/Dec. 26th) you feel exhausted and overwhelmed. People are usually groggy, lethargic, and almost depressed from exhaustion.
I love Christmas. But all the celebrating, visiting with family, and celebrating...I'm Christmas Crashing
Joe 1: What are you doing for New Years?
Joe 2: I'll be in rehab.
Joe 1: Why?
Joe 2: I'm Christmas Crashing hard this year. The idea of going out for a drive is exhausting.
- anesthesia: was first used for childbirth (1845)
- Peter Pan: play by J.M. Barrie debuted in London (1904)
- Carry Nation: hatchet-wielding temperance activist smashed her first saloon (1900)
- Radio City Music Hall: world's largest indoor theater staged its first show (1932)
- World Bank: was formed to fund postwar reconstruction in Europe; later, the focus turned to developing third-world countries (1945)
- Afghanistan: was seized by Soviet forces; president Hafizullah Amin, was overthrown, executed and replaced with Soviet-supported Babrak Karmal (1979)
- Free Aceh Movement: Indonesia's Aceh rebels formally disbanded their military wing, ending a 30-year armed struggle for independence, in accordance with a peace deal that came out of the 2004 tsunami (2005)
- Johannes Kepler 1571
- George Cayley 1773
- Louis Pasteur 1822
- Sydney Greenstreet 1879
- Marlene Dietrich 1901
- Anna Russell 1911
- William H. Masters 1915
- Oscar Levant 1916
- Scotty Moore 1931
- Walter Norris 1931
- Lee Salk 1926
- Inga Swenson 1932
- Dave Marr 1933
- Bernard Lanvin 1935
- John Amos 1941
- Leslie Maguire (Gerry and The Pacemakers) 1941
- Pete Quaife (Kinks) 1943
- Cokie Roberts 1943
- Tracy Nelson 1944
- Mickey Redmond 1947
- Mick Jones (Foreigner) 1947
- Gerard Depardieu 1948
- Terry Bozzio (Missing Persons) 1950
- Karla Bonoff 1952
- Tovah Feldshuh 1952
- David Knopfler (Dire Straits) 1952
- Arthur Kent 1953
- John Watts (Fischer-Z) 1954
- Maryam D'Abo 1960
- Youth (Killing Joke) 1961
- Jeff Bryant (Ricochet) 1962
- Eva La Rue 1966
- Joan Marie "Chyna" Laurer 1969
- Matt Slocum (Six Pence None The Richer) 1972
- Wilson Cruz 1973
- Olu 1973
- Emilie de Ravin - Actress ("Roswell", "Lost")