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(in Christianity and other monotheistic religions) The creator and ruler of the universe and source of all moral authority; the supreme being,
  1. Used for emphasis or to express emotions such as surprise, anger, or distress
    • - God, what did I do to deserve this?
    • - my God! Why didn't you tell us sooner?
    • - God, how I hate that woman!
  1. (in Christianity and other monotheistic religions) The creator and ruler of the universe and source of all moral authority; the supreme being

  2. (in certain other religions) A superhuman being or spirit worshiped as having power over nature or human fortunes; a deity
    • - a moon god
    • - an incarnation of the god Vishnu
  3. An image, idol, animal, or other object worshiped as divine or symbolizing a god

  4. Used as a conventional personification of fate
    • - he dialed the number and, the gods relenting, got through at once
  5. An adored, admired, or influential person
    • - he has little time for the fashion victims for whom he is a god
  6. A thing accorded the supreme importance appropriate to a god
    • - don't make money your god
  7. The gallery in a theater

  8. The people sitting in this area

  1. the supernatural being conceived as the perfect and omnipotent and omniscient originator and ruler of the universe; the object of worship in monotheistic religions
  2. deity: any supernatural being worshipped as controlling some part of the world or some aspect of life or who is the personification of a force
  3. a man of such superior qualities that he seems like a deity to other people; "he was a god among men"
  4. idol: a material effigy that is worshipped; "thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image"; "money was his god"
  5. God is the English name given to a singular being in theistic and deistic religions (and other belief systems) who is either the sole deity in monotheism, or a single deity in polytheism.Swinburne, R.G. "God" in Honderich, Ted. (ed)The Oxford Companion to Philosophy, Oxford University Press, 1995.
  6. Göd is a small town in Pest County, Hungary.
  7. God is the third studio album by Christian pop and rock artist Rebecca St. James. It was released on June 25, 1996 by ForeFront Records, and peaked at #200 on the Billboard 200. The title song was featured on ''''. It was RIAA Certified Gold in 2005. This was the first of many Rebecca St. ...
  8. ''''' (plural ‎ or '), is the Arabic for "deity" or "god". The feminine is ' إلاﻫﺔ "goddess"; with the article, it appears as ' اﻻﻻﻫﺔ. It appears in the name of the monotheistic god of the Abrahamic religions as '', literally "the God".
  9. GOD (spelled in capitals) was a rock 'n' roll band from Melbourne, Australia, together from 1986 to 1989 and comprising Joel Silbersher, Tim Hemensley, Sean Greenway and Matthew Whittle. All members were 15-16 at the time of the band's formation. ...
  10. "The Twelfth Album" is an alternate history short story by Stephen Baxter, first published in Interzone in April 1998. It is about an imaginary twelfth album recorded by The Beatles, called God. ...
  11. A deity: A supernatural, typically immortal being with superior powers. A male deity. A supreme being; God, typically in some particular view or aspect; An idol A representation of a deity, notably a statue(tte). ...
  12. (GODS (or G.O.D.S.)) Acronym for Guns, Oil, Drugs and (Sex)Slavery.   The nominal sectors of the combined industrial efforts of a hidden world elite agenda.
  13. (Gods) Immortal beings, also called deities, worshipped by their followers and invoked for magick. A "god" is generally male, whereas the female version is "goddess".
  14. (Gods) In RCT, supernatural beings having the attributes of consciousness and desire.
  15. (Gods) Mahadevas, "Great Beings of Light." Extremely advanced beings existing in their self-effulgent soul bodies in the Sivaloka. Originally created by Siva, as all souls are, Gods have evolved to a constant superconsciousness as they govern, advance and assist all worlds. ...
  16. (Gods) The Pantheon of Immortals in TR, they can grant favor or disfavor to mages through donations.
  17. (Gods) “deva” i.e. living beings who have not yet achieved liberation from cyclic existence but have the temporary happiness of a high rebirth in either the Desire Realm, the Form Realm or the Formless Realm in cyclic existence (see Three Realms).
  18. (God’s) an 18th and 19th century expression for solar time (L.A.T.), meant to contrast with man’s time (i.e. clock time).
  19. (gods) Most scholars think that Homer's post-Mycenaean audience did believe in the existence of the gods described in the Iliad, although they did not perhaps stand in very profound awe of them and were not terribly superstitious; on the one hand,  the gods (especially Zeus) were believed to ...
  20. (gods) We are asked in the Course (and the Bible) to have no other gods before God, i.e., in place of Him. In our separated state we worship many other gods, some of which are called idols, toys and laws. ...
  21. (gods) lha, Skt. deva. A class of beings who, as a result of accumulating positive actions in previous lives, experience immense happiness and comfort, and are therefore considered by non-Buddhists as the ideal state to which they should aspire. ...
  22. The authority, boss, or person with full responsibility; also descriptive of a pilot’s prowess (“He’s an ACM god”)
  23. an idealized image of a nurturing (and primal) father created to reconcile us to Fate's cruelty, compensate us for the injustices of life, lend social moralities a divine origin, and personify and appease the uncontrollable forces of nature. He is a condensation of prior gods. ...
  24. The name God refers to the deity held by monotheists to be the supreme reality. God is generally regarded as the sole creator of the universe. ...
  25. n. 1. All that is born, grows and dies. Animal and plant life. Sometimes the sun is considered to be the God because every year it grows bright in summer, fades, dies, and is reborn. ...