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God    音標拼音: [g'ɑd]
n. 上帝,神;被極度崇拜的人或物


n 1: the supernatural being conceived as the perfect and
omnipotent and omniscient originator and ruler of the
universe; the object of worship in monotheistic religions
[synonym: {God}, {Supreme Being}]
2: any supernatural being worshipped as controlling some part of
the world or some aspect of life or who is the
personification of a force [synonym: {deity}, {divinity}, {god},
3: a man of such superior qualities that he seems like a deity
to other people; "he was a god among men"
4: a material effigy that is worshipped; "thou shalt not make
unto thee any graven image"; "money was his god" [synonym:
{idol}, {graven image}, {god}]

God \God\, v. t.
To treat as a god; to idolize. [Obs.] --Shak.
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God \God\, a. & n.
Good. [Obs.] --Chaucer.
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God \God\ (g[o^]d), n. [AS. god; akin to OS. & D. god, OHG. got,
G. gott, Icel. gu[eth], go[eth], Sw. & Dan. gud, Goth. gup,
prob. orig. a p. p. from a root appearing in Skr. h[=u], p.
p. h[=u]ta, to call upon, invoke, implore. [root]30. Cf.
{Goodbye}, {Gospel}, {Gossip}.]
1. A being conceived of as possessing supernatural power, and
to be propitiated by sacrifice, worship, etc.; a divinity;
a deity; an object of worship; an idol.
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He maketh a god, and worshipeth it. --Is. xliv.
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The race of Israel . . . bowing lowly down
To bestial gods. --Milton.
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2. The Supreme Being; the eternal and infinite Spirit, the
Creator, and the Sovereign of the universe; Jehovah.
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God is a Spirit; and they that worship him must
worship him in spirit and in truth. --John iv. 24.
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3. A person or thing deified and honored as the chief good;
an object of supreme regard.
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Whose god is their belly. --Phil. iii.
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4. Figuratively applied to one who wields great or despotic
power. [R.] --Shak.
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{Act of God}. (Law) See under {Act}.

{Gallery gods}, the occupants of the highest and cheapest
gallery of a theater. [Colloq.]

{God's acre}, {God's field}, a burial place; a churchyard.
See under {Acre}.

{God's house}.
(a) An almshouse. [Obs.]
(b) A church.

{God's penny}, earnest penny. [Obs.] --Beau. & Fl.

{God's Sunday}, Easter.
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297 Moby Thesaurus words for "god":
Aides, Aidoneus, Amen-Ra, Amor, Aphrodite, Apollo,
Apollo Musagetes, Ares, Artemis, Ashtoreth, Astarte, Astraea,
Athena, Atropos, Baal, Bellona, Bragi, Cailleac, Calliope,
Castilian Spring, Cerberus, Ceres, Charon, Clio, Clotho, Cora,
Cupid, Cynthia, Dame Fortune, Davy, Davy Jones, Decuma, Demeter,
Despoina, Diana, Dike, Dionysus, Dis, Dis pater, Discordia, Donar,
Dylan, Earth, Enyo, Erato, Erebus, Eris, Eros, Euterpe, Fata,
Fates, Faunus, Fortuna, Frey, Freya, Frigg, Gaea, Ge, Hades,
Heaven, Hecate, Hekate, Hel, Helicon, Helios, Hera, Hestia,
Hippocrene, Hymen, Hyperion, Indra, Isis, Juno, Jupiter Fidius,
Jupiter Fulgur, Jupiter Pluvius, Jupiter Tonans, Justice, Justitia,
Kama, Kore, Lachesis, Loki, Love, Luna, Mars, Melpomene, Minerva,
Minos, Moirai, Morta, Muse, Nemesis, Neptune, Nereid, Nereus, Nona,
Norns, Oceanid, Oceanus, Odin, Orcus, Osiris, Pan, Parcae,
Parnassus, Persephassa, Persephone, Phoebe, Phoebus,
Phoebus Apollo, Pierian Spring, Pierides, Pluto, Polyhymnia,
Poseidon, Priapus, Pronuba, Proserpina, Proserpine, Providence, Ra,
Rhadamanthus, Satan, Savitar, Selene, Set, Shamash, Skuld, Sol,
Surya, Teleia, Tellus, Terpsichore, Terra, Thalia, Themis, Thetis,
Thor, Titan, Tiu, Triton, Tyche, Typhon, Tyr, Urdur, Varuna, Vayu,
Venus, Verthandi, Vesta, Vidar, Vitharr, Weird Sisters, Weirds,
Woden, Wotan, Zephyr, Zephyrus, Zeus, afflatus,
artistic imagination, ball lightning, biosphere,
blindfolded Justice, bolt, bolt of lightning, chain lightning,
clash, clashing, conception, conflict, contention, corn spirit,
creative imagination, creative power, creative thought,
dark lightning, deep, deity, demigod, demigoddess, disaccord,
disaffinity, discord, discordance, discordancy, disharmony,
divinity, dread rattling thunder, enmity, esemplastic imagination,
esemplastic power, faun, fertility god, field spirit,
fire of genius, fireball, firebolt, flying flame, forest god,
forked lightning, fresh-water nymph, friction, fulguration,
fulmination, genius, geography, geosphere, globe, goddess, hero,
heroine, idol, immortal, incompatibility, incompatibleness,
inharmoniousness, inharmony, inspiration, jangle, jar, kelpie,
lares and penates, levin bolt, lightning, limniad, man fish,
mermaid, merman, mischief, mother earth, muse, mythicization,
mythification, mythopoeia, naiad, nix, nixie, noncooperation,
numen, oak-cleaving thunderbolts, ocean nymph, open conflict,
panisc, panisca, paniscus, peal of thunder, phoenix, poesy,
poetic genius, poetic imagination, power, rub, satyr, sea devil,
sea god, sea nymph, sea-maid, sea-maiden, seaman,
shaping imagination, sheet lightning, silenus, siren, spirit,
strained relations, stroke of lightning, sylvan deity, tension,
terra, terrestrial globe, the Muses, the blue planet, the goat god,
this pendent world, thunder, thunderball, thunderbolt, thunderclap,
thundercrack, thundering, thunderpeal, thunderstorm, thunderstroke,
tutelary, undine, unharmoniousness, unpleasantness, vale,
vale of tears, vegetation spirit, water god, water spirit,
water sprite, whole wide world, world

Grundsaetze ordnungsmaessiger Datenverarbeitung, "GoD"

(A.S. and Dutch God; Dan. Gud; Ger. Gott), the name of the
Divine Being. It is the rendering (1) of the Hebrew _'El_, from
a word meaning to be strong; (2) of _'Eloah_, plural _'Elohim_.
The singular form, _Eloah_, is used only in poetry. The plural
form is more commonly used in all parts of the Bible, The Hebrew
word Jehovah (q.v.), the only other word generally employed to
denote the Supreme Being, is uniformly rendered in the
Authorized Version by "LORD," printed in small capitals. The
existence of God is taken for granted in the Bible. There is
nowhere any argument to prove it. He who disbelieves this truth
is spoken of as one devoid of understanding (Ps. 14:1).

The arguments generally adduced by theologians in proof of the
being of God are:

(1.) The a priori argument, which is the testimony afforded by

(2.) The a posteriori argument, by which we proceed logically
from the facts of experience to causes. These arguments are,

(a) The cosmological, by which it is proved that there must be
a First Cause of all things, for every effect must have a cause.

(b) The teleological, or the argument from design. We see
everywhere the operations of an intelligent Cause in nature.

(c) The moral argument, called also the anthropological
argument, based on the moral consciousness and the history of
mankind, which exhibits a moral order and purpose which can only
be explained on the supposition of the existence of God.
Conscience and human history testify that "verily there is a God
that judgeth in the earth."

The attributes of God are set forth in order by Moses in Ex.
34:6,7. (see also Deut. 6:4; 10:17; Num. 16:22; Ex. 15:11;
33:19; Isa. 44:6; Hab. 3:6; Ps. 102:26; Job 34:12.) They are
also systematically classified in Rev. 5:12 and 7:12.

God's attributes are spoken of by some as absolute, i.e., such
as belong to his essence as Jehovah, Jah, etc.; and relative,
i.e., such as are ascribed to him with relation to his
creatures. Others distinguish them into communicable, i.e.,
those which can be imparted in degree to his creatures:
goodness, holiness, wisdom, etc.; and incommunicable, which
cannot be so imparted: independence, immutability, immensity,
and eternity. They are by some also divided into natural
attributes, eternity, immensity, etc.; and moral, holiness,
goodness, etc.

GOD. From the Saxon god, good. The source of all good; the supreme being. 1.
Every man is presumed to believe in God, and he who opposes a witness on the
ground of his unbelief is bound to prove it. 3 Bouv. Inst. u. 3180.
2. Blasphemy against the Almighty, by denying his being or providence,
was an offence punishable at common law by fine and imprisonment, or other
infamous corporal punishment. 4 Bl. Corn. 60; 1 East, P. C. 3; 1 Russ. on
Crimes, 217. This offence his been enlarged in Pennsylvania, and perhaps
most of the states, by statutory provision. Vide Christianity; Blasphemy; 11
Serg. & Rawle, 394.
3. By article 1, of amendments to the Constitution of the United
States, it is provided that "Congress shall make no laws respecting an
establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof." In the
United States, therefore, every one is allowed to worship God according to
the dictates of his own conscience.



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