Deus

Deus

[dee-uhs, dey-; Latin de-oos]

Origin:
1250–1300; < Latin: god, earlier deiuos; cognate with Sanskrit deva, Lithuanian diẽvas, Old Irish día

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Deus vobiscum

[de-oos voh-bis-koom]
noun Latin.
God (be) with you.

Deus vult

[de-oos voolt]
noun Latin.
God wills (it): cry of the Crusaders.

ditat Deus

[dee-taht de-oos; English dahy-tat dee-uhs, dey-uhs]
Latin.
God enriches: motto of Arizona.

sicut patribus, sit Deus nobis

[see-koot pah-tri-boos, sit de-oos noh-bis; English sik-uht pa-truh-buhs, sit dee-uhs noh-bis, dey-uhs]
Latin.
as with our fathers, may God be with us (motto of Boston).
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Deus (ˈdeɪʊs)
 
n
God
 
[related to Greek Zeus]

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deus
"God, a god," see Zeus; c.1300 as a Fr. interjection; never nativized, but appearing in adopted Latin expressions such as deus absconditus "hidden god."
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