What does Goddess mean?

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ˈgɒd ɪsGod·dess

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. goddess(noun)

    a female deity

Wiktionary

  1. goddess(Noun)

    A female deity.

    Etymology: from ca. 1350.

  2. goddess(Noun)

    A human female honored or adored as physically attractive or of superior charm and intelligence.

    Etymology: from ca. 1350.

  3. Goddess(ProperNoun)

    The single goddess of various monotheistic religions.

    Etymology: from ca. 1350.

  4. Goddess(ProperNoun)

    The single female goddess of various ditheistic religions.

    Etymology: from ca. 1350.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Goddess(noun)

    a female god; a divinity, or deity, of the female sex

  2. Goddess(noun)

    a woman of superior charms or excellence

Freebase

  1. Goddess

    Goddess as a proper noun may refer to a feminine supreme deity in monotheism or bitheism. Otherwise a goddess may refer to any feminine or female deity with supernatural powers. In some cultures Goddesses are associated with Earth, motherhood, love, and the household. In other cultures, Goddesses also rule over war, death, and destruction as well as healing. They can be figureheads of religions and can be accessed in modern times by religious statues. In some religions, a sacred feminine archetype can occupy a very central place in prayer and worship. In Hinduism, Sacred Feminine or Shaktism is one of the three major Hindu denominations of worship along with Vishnu and Shiva. In Tibetan Buddhism, the highest achievement any person can achieve is to become like the "great" female Buddhas who are depicted as being supreme protectors, fearless and filled with compassion for all beings. The primacy of a monotheistic or near-monotheistic "Great Goddess" is advocated by some modern matriarchists as a female version of, preceding, or analogue to, the Abrahamic God associated with the historical rise of monotheism in the Mediterranean Axis Age. Some currents of Neopaganism, in particular Wicca, have a bitheistic concept of a single Goddess and a single God, who in hieros gamos represent a united whole. Polytheistic reconstructionists focus on reconstructing polytheistic religions, including the various goddesses and figures associated with indigenous cultures.

The Roycroft Dictionary

  1. goddess

    A Super-Huzzy mated with an apotheosized Super-Thug.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Goddess in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Goddess in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of Goddess in a Sentence

  1. Musin Almat Zhumabekovich:

    The Kazakh woman is a hot goddess, she is the sexiest notes of desire.

  2. John Breen:

    This ritual is basically a feast involving the sun goddess and the emperor, the emperor is transformed by partaking of this feast.

  3. Devin Cole:

    She's a lyrical goddess.

  4. John Breen:

    The Daijosai transforms the Emperor from just an ordinary human to a sovereign whose authority extends over both this realm and the other realm, the Daijosai happens just once in a reign -- The Daijosai's The Daijosai. Because The Daijosai involves the Emperor with the sun goddess in the most intimate fashion, The Daijosai transforms him.

  5. Edith Sitwell:

    Vulgarity is, in reality, nothing but a modern, chic, pert descendant of the goddess Dullness.

Images & Illustrations of Goddess

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