Goddess

The creatrix of the universe and everything in it; female aspect of the Divine Power.

goddess

[n] - a female deity
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Goddess

God'dess noun 1. A female god; a divinity, or deity, of the female sex. « When the daughter of Jupiter presented herself among a crowd of goddesses , she was distinguished by her graceful stature and superior beauty.» Addison. 2. A woman of superior charms o...
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Goddess

• (n.) A female god; a divinity, or deity, of the female sex. • (n.) A woman of superior charms or excellence.
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goddess

(from the article `Celtic religion`) ...reflect the coupling of the protecting god of tribe or nation with the mother-goddess who ensured the fertility of the land. It is in fact ... ...Characteristic of this first period of Hellenistic religious history were the following developments: (1) the introduction of Oriental cults into ... ...
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Goddess

A goddess is a female deity with supernatural powers. In some cultures goddesses are associated with earth, motherhood, fertility, love, and vegetation. In other cultures, Goddesses also rule over war, death and destruction, as well as creation, healing, compassion and life. They may be the focus of religious worship or reverence. Artistic depicti...
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