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e·piph·a·ny  n.  (-pf-n)

\E*piph"a*ny\, n. [Middle English epiphanie, from Middle French, from Late Latin epiphania, from Late Greek, plural, probably alteration of Greek epiphaneia appearance, manifestation, from epiphainein to manifest, from epi- + phainein to show.]

  1. (a) A usually sudden manifestation or perception of the essential nature or meaning of something or (b) An intuitive grasp of reality through something (as an event) usually simple and striking.
  2. (a) An illuminating discovery or (b) a revealing scene or moment.