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Noun
/ˈgädis/,
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goddesses, plural;
  1. A female deity
    • - a temple to Athena Nike, goddess of victory
  2. A woman who is adored, esp. for her beauty
    • - he had an affair with a screen goddess

  1. a female deity
  2. A goddess is a female deity. In some cultures goddesses are associated with Earth, motherhood, love, and the household. In other cultures, goddesses also rule over war, death, and destruction as well as healing.
  3. The Goddess is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. The name is assumed by the "feminine, self-aware" supposedly "good" aspect of Adam Warlock, subconsciously exiled from his psyche whilst he was in possession of the Infinity Gauntlet. ...
  4. Goddess is the eleventh studio album by Emm Gryner, released in February 2009 on Dead Daisy Records in Canada and Second Motion Records in the United States.
  5. In some religious traditions or movements Heavenly Mother (also referred to as Mother in Heaven) is the wife and feminine counterpart of God the Father.
  6. An in Sumerian mythology is a goddess, possibly a female principle of the creator god An. Early iconography suggests a celestial sky goddess in the form of a cow whose udders produce rain and who becomes Antu in the Akkadian pantheon.
  7. The Goddess is a 1958 Columbia Pictures drama film starring Kim Stanley and Lloyd Bridges. Others in the cast include Steven Hill, Betty Lou Holland, Joan Copeland, Patty Duke, and Elizabeth Wilson.
  8. The Goddess is a 1934 Chinese silent film released by the United Photoplay Service. It starred Ruan Lingyu in one of her final roles, and was directed Wu Yonggang.
  9. Devi (Bengali: দেবী Devi) is a 1960 film by Bengali director Satyajit Ray, starring Soumitra Chatterjee and Sharmila Tagore. It is based on a short story by Prabhat Kumar Mukhopadhya. The title means "Goddess".
  10. A female deity; A human female honored or adored as physically attractive or of superior charm and intelligence
  11. The single goddess of various monotheistic religions; The single female goddess of various ditheistic religions
  12. n. 1. The Earth, also called the Mother and the Great Goddess, because the Earth is literally the source of life and when people die their bodies return to the Earth. ...
  13. In the art and literature of Hinduism and Buddhism, Goddesses can be represented as distinct individuals, like Kali the Terrible, Lakshmi the Life-giving, and Tara the Saviouress. ...
  14. the female divine principle: Moon Goddess, maiden.
  15. The female version of God; currently obsessed with becoming empowered.
  16. (n) The deity Otherworld believes in. She is a combination of The Morrigan and The Mothers. She is all that is Light. She created the beings of Otherworld and hIfreann.
  17. The Goddess(es) of Paganism and Witchcraft. The feminine aspect of deity. She is both good and evil, (or light and dark) as nature is. The Goddess has many different names dependant upon culture and tradition. ...
  18. S-GOD, that is, [S], PO > NDS, FT away from signer, is held high and a little distance from the body is brought down and hand is bent at wrist so that the FO changes to up.
  19. That divinity that is expressed in femine form. See Great Mother Goddess.
  20. The feminine aspect of deity.
  21. a female supernatural being.