(In Christianity and other monotheistic religions) the creator and ruler of the universe and source of all moral authority; the supreme being
Used to express dismay or horror at the thought of something happening
(In certain other religions) a superhuman being or spirit worshipped as having power over nature or human fortunes; a deity
Used to emphasize that one means what one is saying
God as Lord over earthly or heavenly armies
Used as an expression of relief
sacrifices were made to appease the gods
Used after a verb to emphasize a strong wish or hope
A personified non-deity.
Any of various gods regarded as having the form of an ox.
A thing or person imagined as containing God or a god; (formerly also depreciative) (probably) †a pyx; (slang) a church or other place of worship.
A person who is God or a god.
Theology. Usually Man-God. Jesus, viewed as a being who is both man and God.
Mythology a god associated with or ruling over sex or procreation.
A holy man; a guru
A person, especially a minor official, who is pompous and self-important
A god associated with or symbolic of the earth.
(With reference to Greek or Roman mythology) born of a god or gods; of divine parentage or ancestry; (also with reference to Christ) born of God.
Originally: any of various tropical American mistletoes. In later use also: any of several other parasitic plants, including dodders (Cuscuta species) and the Eurasian mistletoe Viscum album.
In a traditional Japanese household, a high wooden shelf serving as an altar for the worship of kami (Shinto gods), on which are typically placed a miniature Shinto shrine, paper amulets or charms, and offerings of food and drink; this shelf and its contents considered together.
A person who makes a god, especially a craftsman who makes images of gods.
= joss-stick (now rare).
Any of several trees that are regarded as sacred or as a gift of a god, especially the bo tree, Ficus religiosa, of South and South East Asia, and the deodar cedar.
A god of the infernal regions, an infernal god.
A household god; (in early use specifically in plural) the Roman gods believed to protect or watch over a household, the lares and penates.
Mythology a god associated with or ruling over love and sex.
A god associated with the moon.
A marine deity, especially. Neptune.
A person who portrays a god in an opera.
A minor or inferior god; a demigod.
A god associated with bringing rain.
A tutelary god supposed to live in and to preside over a river.
A highly successful and widely admired (male) rock musician.
A god believed to be the guardian of a well.
Experience a religious conversion or awakening
An expression of good wishes on parting
Used to express anger or annoyance with someone
Used to express a wish that something should happen
Used to express the belief that someone is in a difficult or dangerous situation
Behave as if all-powerful
Dead and in heaven
Received from God
A period in a broadcasting schedule regularly reserved for religious programmes
Used to refer to evangelical Christians
An extremely handsome man
Used to emphasize that one does not know something
A person who fears God; historical (in the New Testament period) a Gentile who worshipped the God of the Jews without converting to Judaism.