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deiform Line breaks: dei|form
Pronunciation: /ˈdeɪɪfɔːm/

Definition of deiform in English:


Godlike in form or character: a deiform image


Mid 17th century: from medieval Latin deiformis, from deus 'god' + -iform.

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