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theogony

[thee-og-uh-nee]
noun, plural theogonies.
1.
the origin of the gods.
2.
an account of this; a genealogical account of the gods.

Origin:
1605–15; < Greek theogonía. See theo-, -gony

theogonic [thee-uh-gon-ik] , adjective
theogonist, noun
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theogony (θɪˈɒɡənɪ)
 
n , pl -nies
1.  the origin and descent of the gods
2.  an account of this, often recited in epic poetry
 
[C17: from Greek theogonia; see theo-, -gony]
 
theogonic
 
adj
 
the'ogonist
 
n

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theogony
1612, "the account of the birth or genealogy of the gods," from Gk. theogonia "generation or birth of the gods," from theos "a god" (see Thea) + -gonia "a begetting."
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