theomorphic

Resembling a god or having godlike qualities

Grandiloquent dictionary. 2006.

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  • theomorphic — |thēə|mȯrfik adjective Etymology: Greek theomorphos (from the + morphē form) + English ic more at form : having divine form : formed in the image of deity : endued with a divine aspect the Christian emphasis on the theomorphic conception of man… …   Useful english dictionary

  • theomorphic — theomorphism, n. /thee euh mawr fik/, adj. having the form or likeness of God or a deity. [1865 70; < Gk theómorph(os) (see THEO , MORPHOUS) + IC; see MORPHIC] * * * …   Universalium

  • theomorphic — the·o·mor·phic …   English syllables

  • theomorphic —  Теоморфный …   Вестминстерский словарь теологических терминов

  • theomorphic — /θiəˈmɔfɪk/ (say theeuh mawfik) adjective having the form or likeness of God or a god. {Greek theomorph(os) of divine form + ic} –theomorphism, noun …   Australian English dictionary

  • theomorphic —   a. god like.    ♦ theomorphism, n …   Dictionary of difficult words

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