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dei-, div- (Latin: God, god [deity, divine nature]).

adieu (French):
Goodbye (literally, "I commend you to god.").
deicide, deicidal:
The act of killing a god or goddess.
1. Making someone divine or giving him/her the status of a god or goddess.
2. With a divine nature or the status of a god or goddess.
1. The action or process of making someone a god or goddess.
2. The condition of having been made a god or goddess.
1. Having the form of a god; godlike in form.
2. Conformable to the character or nature of God; godlike, divine, holy.
deify, deified, deifying:
1. To make someone into a god.
2. To honor or adore someone or something as if he, she, or it were divine.
Bearing or bringing forth a god (giving birth to a god).
deism, deist, deistic, deistical:
A belief in God based on reason rather than revelation, and involving the view that God has set the universe in motion but does not interfere with how it runs. Deism was especially influential in the 17th and 18th centuries.
God in monotheistic belief.
1. A god, goddess, or other divine being.
2. Someone or something that is treated like a god.
3. The condition or status of a god or goddess.
Pertaining to divination; divinatory, magical.
1. The methods or practices of attempting to foretell the future or discovering the unknown through omens, oracles, or by supernatural powers.
2. A prophecy or prediction; soothsaying or augury.
3. A premonition or feeling of forboding about something that is going to happen.
1. Being God or a god or goddess.
2. Connected with, coming from, or caused by God or a god or goddess.
3. Connected with the worship or service of God or a god or goddess.
4. To learn or discover something by intuition, inspiration, or other apparently supernatural means.
5. A member of the clergy, especially one who is knowledgeable about theology.
6. God, or whatever else is believed to be the underlying creative and sustaining force in the universe.
By God or a god or goddess.
diviner, divining:
Someone who searches for underground water, metal, or minerals using something such as a divining rod.
1. The quality associated with being God, a god, or a goddess.
2. The study of religion, especially the Christian religion.
3. God, a god, or a goddess.
To deify.
Not divinable; incapable of being divined.
The divining of events beforehand.
To divine beforehand, presage, prognosticate.
Half divine; a demigod.