omnific

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From omni- +‎ Latin facere (to make or do), modelled on omnipotent etc.

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omnific (comparative more omnific, superlative most omnific)

  1. Capable of making or doing anything; all-creating.
    • 1667, John Milton, Paradise Lost book VII:
      Silence, ye troubl'd waves, and thou Deep, peace,
      Said then th' Omnific Word