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Definition of deified. Meaning of deified. Synonyms of deified

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Definition of deified

Deified De"i*fied, a. Honored or worshiped as a deity; treated with supreme regard; godlike.

Meaning of deified from wikipedia

- loved ones—heirs, empresses, or lovers, as hadrian's antinous—were deified as well. deified people were awarded posthumously the title divus (diva if women)
- deified is the fourth studio solo album by keak da sneak. it features too short, e-40, daz dillinger, lil' keke and paul wall among others. keak also
- the deific decree delusion is a defense in a criminal case in which a person committed a crime in the belief that god ordered them to do it. it is an example
- concept, deified in 10.58 dakshina (reward for priests and poets), prominent concept, deified in 10.107 jnanam (knowledge), prominent concept, deified in 10
- of the deified matidia, a supplication july 10, for the succession of the deified antoninus pius, an ox july 12, for the birthday of the deified julius
- divi iuli, italian tempio del divo giulio), also known as temple of the deified julius caesar, delubrum, heroon or temple of the comet star, is an ancient
- is ascribing human form and nature to gods, or the belief that gods are deified human beings. it is often ****ociated with cl****ical gr**** and roman mythology
- nature had been communicated to the humanity of christ which thus was deified. if deified, it was everywhere, ubiquitous, just as his divinity, and therefore
- orishas being members of the deified royal family of oyo. in the yoruba areas of nigeria and benin aganju is a deified warrior king of shaki in present
- domitilla. domitilla died before vespasian became emperor in 69. she was later deified by her younger brother domitian, who also bestowed the honorific title