Origin of Deus
Definition for deus (2 of 5)
sicut patribus, sit Deus nobis
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Examples from the Web for deus
He made it all happen; the deus ex machina of the whole thing.Republicans Are Racists? No, It’s Just All a Big Coincidence|Michael Tomasky|April 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Then out of the mist, a whirring of helicopter blades, and, deus ex machina, a man descends fromt he chopper to winch you aboard.
By the end of each half hour, conflict has been quickly resolved, often by some deus ex machina.
The decisive incidents seem to be brought in like the deus ex machina of the later Greek drama.The Unseen World and Other Essays|John Fiske
I believe that in the end Marchetto will be the deus ex machina who will pull us out of all our difficulties.Paul Patoff|F. Marion Crawford
Above the door, or place of entrance, is the motto of the order, "Deus meumque jus."The Mysteries of Free Masonry|William Morgan
Unde et Varro dixit quod Deus est anima, mundum intuitu, vel motu et ratione gubernans: ut Augu.Fundamental Philosophy, Vol. I (of 2)|Jaime Luciano Balmes
After this, when the se of Canturburie had bene vacant by Deus dedit.Chronicles 1 (of 6): The Historie of England 5 (of 8)|Raphael Holinshed
British Dictionary definitions for deus
Word Origin for Deus
Word Origin and History for deus
"God, a god," see Zeus; c.1300 as a French interjection; never nativized, but appearing in adopted Latin expressions such as deus absconditus "hidden god."