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deiform

[ dee-uh-fawrm ]
/ ˈdi əˌfɔrm /
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adjective
godlike or divine in form or nature.
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Origin of deiform

1635–45; <Medieval Latin deiformis, equivalent to Latin dei- (combining form of deus god) + -formis-form

OTHER WORDS FROM deiform

de·i·form·i·ty, noun

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British Dictionary definitions for deiform

deiform
/ (ˈdiːɪˌfɔːm) /

adjective
having the form or appearance of a god; sacred or divine
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