Translation of goddess in Spanish:

goddess

Pronunciation: /ˈgɑːdəs; ˈgɒdɪs/

n

  • 1.1 [Myth] diosa (f)
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    • The Celtic religion features many female deities such as a mother goddesses and war goddesses.
    • They adopted a synergetic approach, assimilating native deities with gods or goddesses from their own pantheon.
    • At the end of the small room there was a deity figure of the goddess Nova the Water Goddess.
    1.2 (woman) diosa (f)
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    • One of the great screen goddesses of 1940s and 1950s Hollywood, Bacall is still strikingly handsome.
    • Back in the middle 1930s the stars of the silver screen were goddesses, such as Greta Garbo.
    • It takes its inspiration from early screen goddesses, but in those days it took much more bravery to face the chemicals.

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