godhead

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle English godhede, equivalent to god +‎ -head (-hood). First attested in the Ancrene Riwle (ca. 1225); compare godhood and Dutch godheid as well as German Gottheit.

Noun[edit]

godhead (plural godheads)

  1. divinity or godhood, divine essence or nature
    For in him dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead bodily.
  2. God
  3. (rare) any deity or idol
  4. an admired or influential person or entity
    • 2007 June, Gregory Mone, “Invention: A New Breed of Mouse”, in Popular Science[1], volume 270, number 6, page 56:
      He pauses, as if hesitant to mention the godhead of computer design aloud, and adds, "Maybe even something Apple would be interested in."

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