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apotheon

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EtymologyEdit

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NounEdit

apotheon (plural apotheons)

  1. One who is exalted or elevated to a state of godhood.
  2. An individual element of a greater, transcendent whole.
    • 1992, Eugeniusz Melech & ‎Lester P. Gideon, The Warsaw uprising of 1944: 1 August to 2 October, 1944, page 4:
      This day is an apotheon of Polish superhuman and rare heroism, which will be registered in history with gold syllables.
  3. A scholar of the apotheonic.
  4. An enlightened being.

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