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dibinidad : divinity (n.)
[ Etymology: Spanish: divinidad: divinity ]
Synonyms: teyolohiya

Derivatives of dibinidad

n. (person)1. deity, divinity, god, immortalany supernatural being worshipped as controlling some part of the world or some aspect of life or who is the personification of a force.
~ pantheonall the gods of a religion.
~ demogorgon(Greek mythology) a mysterious and terrifying deity of the underworld.
~ hypnos(Greek mythology) the Greek god of sleep; the son of Nyx.
~ morpheusthe Roman god of sleep and dreams.
~ spiritual being, supernatural beingan incorporeal being believed to have powers to affect the course of human events.
~ daemon, demigoda person who is part mortal and part god.
~ sea goda deity that personifies the sea and is usually believed to live in or to control the sea.
~ sun goda god that personifies the sun or is otherwise associated with the sun.
~ celtic deitya deity worshipped by the Celts.
~ egyptian deitya deity worshipped by the ancient Egyptians.
~ semitic deitya deity worshipped by the ancient Semites.
~ hindu deitya deity worshipped by the Hindus.
~ persian deitya deity worshiped by the ancient Persians.
~ boddhisatva, bodhisattvaBuddhist worthy of nirvana who postpones it to help others.
~ arhant, arhat, lohana Buddhist who has attained nirvana.
~ chinese deitya deity worshipped by the ancient Chinese.
~ japanese deitya deity worshipped by the Japanese.
~ goddessa female deity.
~ earth-god, earth goda god of fertility and vegetation.
~ demiurgea subordinate deity, in some philosophies the creator of the universe.
~ graeco-roman deity, greco-roman deitya deity of classical mythology.
~ greek deitya deity worshipped by the ancient Greeks.
~ roman deitya deity worshipped by the ancient Romans.
~ norse deitya deity worshipped by the ancient Norsemen.
~ teutonic deity(German mythology) a deity worshipped by the ancient Teutons.
~ anglo-saxon deity(Anglo-Saxon mythology) a deity worshipped by the Anglo-Saxons.
~ phrygian deitydeity of the ancient Phrygians of west central Asia Minor.
~ quetzalcoatlan Aztec deity represented as a plumed serpent.
~ sainta person who has died and has been declared a saint by canonization.
~ god of war, war goda god worshipped as giving victory in war.
~ snake god, zombi, zombiea god of voodoo cults of African origin worshipped especially in West Indies.
n. (attribute)2. divinitythe quality of being divine.; "ancient Egyptians believed in the divinity of the Pharaohs"
~ qualityan essential and distinguishing attribute of something or someone.; "the quality of mercy is not strained"
n. (food)3. divinity, divinity fudgewhite creamy fudge made with egg whites.
~ fudgesoft creamy candy.
n. (cognition)4. divinity, theologythe rational and systematic study of religion and its influences and of the nature of religious truth.
~ redemption, salvation(theology) the act of delivering from sin or saving from evil.
~ creation(theology) God's act of bringing the universe into existence.
~ theologythe learned profession acquired by specialized courses in religion (usually taught at a college or seminary).; "he studied theology at Oxford"
~ limbo(theology) in Roman Catholicism, the place of unbaptized but innocent or righteous souls (such as infants and virtuous individuals).
~ purgatory(theology) in Roman Catholic theology the place where those who have died in a state of grace undergo limited torment to expiate their sins.
~ divine guidance, inspiration(theology) a special influence of a divinity on the minds of human beings.; "they believe that the books of Scripture were written under divine guidance"
~ theanthropism(theology) the doctrine that Jesus was a union of the human and the divine.
~ foreordination, predetermination, preordination, predestination(theology) being determined in advance; especially the doctrine (usually associated with Calvin) that God has foreordained every event throughout eternity (including the final salvation of mankind).
~ discipline, field of study, subject area, subject field, bailiwick, subject, field, studya branch of knowledge.; "in what discipline is his doctorate?"; "teachers should be well trained in their subject"; "anthropology is the study of human beings"
~ angelologythe branch of theology that is concerned with angels.
~ apologeticsthe branch of theology that is concerned with the defense of Christian doctrines.
~ ecclesiologythe branch of theology concerned with the nature and the constitution and the functions of a church.
~ eschatologythe branch of theology that is concerned with such final things as death and Last Judgment; Heaven and Hell; the ultimate destiny of humankind.
~ hermeneuticsthe branch of theology that deals with principles of exegesis.
~ homileticsthe branch of theology that deals with sermons and homilies.
~ liturgics, liturgiologythe study of liturgies.
~ theodicythe branch of theology that defends God's goodness and justice in the face of the existence of evil.
~ theological system, theologya particular system or school of religious beliefs and teachings.; "Jewish theology"; "Roman Catholic theology"
~ venial, minorwarranting only temporal punishment.; "venial sin"
~ mortal, deadlyinvolving loss of divine grace or spiritual death.; "the seven deadly sins"
~ universalist, universalisticof or relating to or tending toward universalism.
~ fundamentalist, fundamentalisticof or relating to or tending toward fundamentalism.
~ catechetical, catecheticof or relating to or involving catechesis.