godheid

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Dutch[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

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  • Hyphenation: god‧heid

Etymology[edit]

From Middle Dutch godheit, from Old Dutch gothet.

got(god) +‎ -het(-ness, -ity)

Compare English godhood, godhead and German Gottheit.

Noun[edit]

godheid m ‎(plural godheden, diminutive godheidje n)

  1. A divinity, deity, male or female
  2. (often capitalized: Godheid) The divine nature of God, notably in monotheistic theology

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