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Gods and Divinities

Almighty

adjective

used for emphasizing that God is believed to have power over everyone and everything

the Almighty

God

being

noun

a spirit or god

the Creator

noun

God

deity

noun

a god

demigod

noun

a god who is less important than other gods, especially one who is partly a god and partly a human being

divine

adjective

like a god, or relating to a god

divine

adjective

done, sent, or provided by a god

divinity

noun

the state of being a god

divinity

noun

a god

god

noun

one of the male spirits or beings with special powers that people in some religions believe in and worship

God

the spirit, being, or force that many people believe created and controls the universe, especially the god of the Christian, Jewish, and Muslim religions

goddess

noun

one of the female spirits or beings with special powers that people in some religions believe in and worship

the Godhead

noun

God

heaven

noun

God or God’s power

the Holy Spirit

noun

in the Christian religion, God in the form of a spirit

immortal

noun

a god who lives for ever

the Infinite

God

Jehovah

the name of God in the Old Testament of the Bible

pantheon

noun

all of the gods worshipped by people who belong to a particular religion

the Supreme Being

noun

God

Yahweh

noun

the Hebrew name for God

divinely

adverb

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