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  1. deitiesnoun

    Plural form of deity.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Deities

    of Deity

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  1. Deities

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of deities in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of deities in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of deities in a Sentence

  1. Massimo Vidale:

    The construction of the Temple of Allat seems to be a bold move by King Sanatruq I, importing Allat -- one of the most important pre-Islamic Arab deities.

  2. Michael Boyd:

    We have no evidence at all for deities at the sanctuary, so it is best to think of the ritual practices being directed atthe supernatural, more broadly conceived, as well as at the wider community.

  3. Ganesha Gold Buffalo:

    My first introduction to colonialism looked a lot like me waking up at four in the morning, five in the morning, every morning, to sounds of my ancestors screaming from outside my window, coming from the ground, coming from the earth, i followed those screams into the woods as a child … and was taught by my ancestors in those woods, in the forms of nature spirits, in the forms of elementals, in the forms of natural deities and old gods. While I was out there, I was taught many things and my mind was decolonized.

  4. Wendsler Nosie:

    If Rio gets this place, then the mine will kill the angels and the deities that live here.

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