- (uncountable) The state, position, or fact of being a god or God. [from 14th c.]
- They say there is divinity in odd numbers.
- (countable) Synonym of .
- You may leave out where you live and use either initials or an alias, since gods, buddhas and other divinities look only at our hearts.
- A celestial being inferior to a supreme God but superior to man.
- God... employing these subservient divinities...
- (uncountable) The study of religion or religions.
- Harvard Divinity School has been teaching theology since 1636.
- A type of confectionery made with egg whites, corn syrup, and white sugar.
- (property of being divine): deity, godhead, godhood, godliness, godship
- (deity): See Thesaurus:god
- (study): godlore, theology
Terms derived from divinity
- Bachelor of Divinity
- case divinity
- divinitise, divinitize
- divinity bindings
- divinity calf, divinity-calf
- divinity fudge
- divinity hall
- divinity school
See Related terms for divine
godhood, state of being God or a god
deity — see deity
study of religion or religions
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