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theomachy

[ thee-om-uh-kee ]
/ θiˈɒm ə ki /
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noun, plural the·om·a·chies.
a battle with or among the gods.
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Origin of theomachy

1560–70; <Late Latin theomachia<Greek theomachia.See theo-, -machy
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British Dictionary definitions for theomachy

theomachy
/ (θɪˈɒməkɪ) /

noun plural -chies
a battle among the gods or against them

Word Origin for theomachy

C16: from Greek theomakhia, from theo- + makhē battle
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