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  • 1 god and goddess — Generic terms for the many deities of ancient and modern polytheistic religions. There may be deities of earthly and celestial phenomena as well as deities related to human values, pastimes, and institutions, including love, marriage, hunting,… …

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  • 2 God — /god/, n., v., godded, godding, interj. n. 1. the one Supreme Being, the creator and ruler of the universe. 2. the Supreme Being considered with reference to a particular attribute: the God of Islam. 3. (l.c.) one of several deities, esp. a male… …

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  • 3 goddess — god|dess Goddess [ˈgɔdıs US ˈga: ] n 1.) a female ↑being who is believed to control the world or part of it, or represents a particular quality ▪ Aphrodite, goddess of love 2.) screen goddess an attractive female film star …

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  • 4 Goddess — For other uses, see Goddess (disambiguation). A statue of the Hindu goddess Saraswati …

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  • 5 Goddess worship — (also Goddess spirituality, Goddess veneration) is a general description for the veneration of a female goddess or goddesses. Goddess worship was widespread in antiquity, notably with the cults of Cybele and Demeter. In Hinduism, goddess worship… …

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  • 6 God of War: Chains of Olympus — Kratos, as featured on the Chains of Olympus cover. Developer(s) …

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  • 7 god|dess — «GOD ihs», noun. 1. a female god: »Jupiter was a god and Juno was his goddess. 2. a woman whom one worships or devotedly admires. 3. Figurative. a very beautiful or charming woman: »The beautiful young movie star was a goddess to the public …

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  • 8 god — [gɔd US ga:d] n [: Old English;] 1.) God the spirit or ↑being who Christians, Jews, Muslims etc pray to, and who they believe created the universe ▪ Most Americans still believe in God . ▪ Nothing could shake his belief in God . ▪ He thought it… …

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  • 9 God-Des and She — are a lesbian hip hop duo from the United States.God Des has a voice and style similar to Da Brat, yet draws attention because of her controversial lyrics, similar to the shock value of Eminem. [ [http://www.bryanochalla.com/articles/article.aspx?… …

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  • 10 Goddess — God dess, n. 1. A female god; a divinity, or deity, of the female sex. [1913 Webster] When the daughter of Jupiter presented herself among a crowd of goddesses, she was distinguished by her graceful stature and superior beauty. Addison. [1913… …

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  • 11 goddess — mid 14c., from GOD (Cf. god) + fem. suffix esse (see ESS (Cf. ess)). Of mortal women, by 1570s …

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  • 12 God is a Girl — Groove Coverage Veröffentlichung 11. November 2002 Länge 3:37 Genre(s) Dance, Pop Text Per Gessle …

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  • 13 goddess — god|dess [ gadəs ] noun count 1. ) one of the female spirits or BEINGS with special powers that people in some religions believe in and worship: the Greek goddess, Athena 2. ) a very beautiful woman a ) a woman who many people admire or copy: pop …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 14 goddess — [gäd′is] n. [ME godesse] 1. a female god 2. a woman greatly admired, as for her beauty 3. [also G ] a feminine deity proposed by some as having been worshiped from ancient times and as variously present as a goddess in many of the world s myths… …

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  • 15 god|dess-ship — «GOD ihs shihp», noun. the rank, state, condition, or attributes of a goddess …

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  • 16 god|dess|hood — «GOD ihs hud», noun. the state or dignity of a goddess …

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  • 17 goddess — god•dess [[t]ˈgɒd ɪs[/t]] n. 1) a female god or deity 2) a greatly admired or adored woman 3) a woman of great beauty • Etymology: 1300–50 …

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  • 18 goddess — god·dess …

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  • 19 goddess-ship — god·dess ship …

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  • 20 Goddess movement — The Goddess movement is a loose grouping of social and religious phenomena growing out of second wave feminism, predominantly in North America, Western Europe, Australia and New Zealand in the 1970s, and the metaphysical community as well.… …

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