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theomorphic

[ thee-uh-mawr-fik ]
/ ˌθi əˈmɔr fɪk /
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adjective
having the form or likeness of God or a deity.
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Origin of theomorphic

1865–70; <Greek theómorph(os) (see theo-, -morphous) + -ic; see -morphic

OTHER WORDS FROM theomorphic

the·o·mor·phism, noun
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How to use theomorphic in a sentence

  • I believe in an anthropomorphic God, simply because I believe in a Theomorphic man.

    What and Where is God?|Richard La Rue Swain

British Dictionary definitions for theomorphic

theomorphic
/ (ˌθɪəˈmɔːfɪk) /

adjective
of or relating to the conception or representation of man as having the form of God or a deity

Derived forms of theomorphic

theomorphism, noun

Word Origin for theomorphic

C19: from Greek theomorphos, from theo- + morphē form
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