Definition of Deifications

1. Noun. (plural of deification) ¹



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Definition of Deifications

1. deification [n] - See also: deification

Lexicographical Neighbors of Deifications

deictic word
deictically
deictics
deid
deider
deidest
deids
deie
deies
deif
deifer
deifest
deific
deifical
deification
deifications
deified
deifier
deifiers
deifies
deiform
deiformity
deify
deifying
deign
deigned
deigneth
deigning
deignous
deigns

Literary usage of Deifications

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Works by Jean Calvin, Calvin translation society (1848)
"They are gods, then, only in name; but Paul says that he does not stop to notice deifications of this sort.2 6. But to us there is but one God, ..."

2. The Ventilation and Warming of School Buildings by Gilbert Burnet Morrison (1897)
"I |»r'(f.im:d from the United States Patent Office and «Deifications of thirty different ventilating ii. ..."

3. Report and Proceedings of the Senate Committee Appointed to Investigate the by Clarence Lexow, Jacob Aaron Cantor (1895)
"... Deifications made against member, of the poli^ Tee said date, which are yet pending and «mdia uo; this schedule only includes those complain^ SUc come ..."

4. The Lower Niger and Its Tribes by Arthur Glyn Leonard (1906)
"Yet it is not so much in these numerous deifications as in their communal and departmental deities that the ancestral genealogy is traceable. ..."

5. Eastern Life, Present and Past by Harriet Martineau (1848)
"... (as Jamblichus declares from the ancient Hermetic books,) and was not to be named; that most of the other gods were deifications of his attributes; ..."

6. The Development of Religion: A Study in Anthropology and Social Psychology by Irving King (1910)
"Of the same ilk are the numerous deifications of the sun. The deity of the primitive Semites was a mother goddess associated with the date palm. ..."

7. Julian the Apostate by Gaetano Negri, Janie Perry Litta-Visconti-Arese (1905)
"Neither could he have written that profound phrase of Celsus, who, after having alluded to the strange and incredible deifications that had been effected ..."

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