divinity fudge

divinity

[dih-vin-i-tee]
noun, plural divinities.
1.
the quality of being divine; divine nature.
2.
deity; godhood.
3.
a divine being; God.
4.
the Divinity, (sometimes lowercase) the Deity.
5.
a being having divine attributes, ranking below God but above humans: minor divinities.
6.
the study or science of divine things; theology.
7.
godlike character; supreme excellence.
8.
Also called divinity fudge. a fluffy white or artificially tinted fudge made usually of sugar, corn syrup, egg whites, and flavoring, often with nuts.

Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English divinite < Anglo-French < Latin dīvīnitās. See divine, -ity

nondivinity, noun, plural nondivinities.
predivinity, noun
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divinity (dɪˈvɪnɪtɪ)
 
n , pl -ties
1.  the nature of a deity or the state of being divine
2.  a god or other divine being
3.  (often capital) the divinity another term for God
4.  another word for theology

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divinity
late 14c., "quality of being divine," also "a divine being," from O.Fr. devinité (12c.), from L. divinitatem, from divinus (see divine).
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