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deity
American English: /ˈdiədi/
, /ˈdeɪədi/
British English: /ˈdeɪɪti/
, /ˈdiːɪti/

Translation of deity in Spanish:

noun plural -ties

  • 1.1 (god) the Deity
    Dios
    Example sentences
    • The Celtic religion features many female deities such as a mother goddesses and war goddesses.
    • It may also lead to the assimilation of folk deities with Vedic religion.
    • It is directed to a pantheon of deities, gods and goddesses, each of whom are housed in their own shrine.
    1.2 (leading figure) [humorous]
    dios, (diosa) (masculine, feminine) [humorous]

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