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deific

[dee-if-ik] /diˈɪf ɪk/
adjective
1.
making divine; deifying.
Origin
1480-1490
1480-90; < Late Latin deificus, equivalent to Latin dei- (combining form of deus god) + -ficus -fic
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British Dictionary definitions for deific

deific

/diːˈɪfɪk; deɪ-/
adjective
1.
making divine or exalting to the position of a god
2.
divine or godlike
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Word Origin and History for deific
adj.

late 15c., from French déifique (late 14c.), from Late Latin deificus "god-making, sacred," in Medieval Latin "divine," from deus "god" (see Zeus) + -ficus "making" (see factitious).

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