cosmocrat

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EtymologyEdit

From cosmo- (world, universe) +‎ -crat (ruler), originally (in the plural) seemingly in reference to demonic powers in Ephesians 6:12; later used as a variant of cosmocrator, translating Ancient Greek κοσμοκράτωρ (kosmokrátōr) in various ancient texts.

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cosmocrat (plural cosmocrats)

  1. One who rules the world; an epithet for God or Satan.
    Synonyms: see Thesaurus:god, Thesaurus:Satan
  2. A prosperous globalist.
    Synonym: Master of the Universe

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