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See also: god, gød, gód, and Gód

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Michaelangelo: The Creation

EtymologyEdit

See god.

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God (usually uncountable, plural Gods)

  1. The single deity of various monotheistic religions.
    Dawn believes in God, but Willow believes in multiple gods and goddesses.
  2. The single male deity of various bitheistic or duotheistic religions.
  3. An impersonal and universal spiritual presence or force.
  4. creator of the universe (as in deism).
  5. The (personification of the) laws of nature.

Usage notesEdit

God is often referred to by masculine pronouns, not necessarily implying that the speaker believes God to be male. God is also referred to by pronouns that begin with a capital letter, as a sign of respect, in many languages written in Latin script. In English, these include He, Him, His and Himself. Many Jews follow a prohibition in their tradition against using this term and other equivalents in writing (see G-d).

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AfrikaansEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Dutch God.

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God

  1. God

DutchEdit

EtymologyEdit

See god.

PronunciationEdit

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God m

  1. God
    God, neem me mee naar een plek hier ver vandaan. -- Kempi & Willy - Hier Ver Vandaan 2009 [1]
    Oh, mijn God - Oh my god

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Tok PisinEdit

EtymologyEdit

English God

Proper nounEdit

God

  1. God (Abrahamic monotheistic deity)
    • 1989, Buk Baibel long Tok Pisin, Bible Society of Papua New Guinea, Genesis 1:2 (translation here):
      Tudak i karamapim bikpela wara na spirit bilong God i go i kam antap long en.


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West FrisianEdit

EtymologyEdit

See god.

Proper nounEdit

God

  1. God