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Translation of "God" - English-Spanish dictionary

God

noun /ɡod/
(with capital ) the creator and ruler of the world (in the Christian, Jewish etc religions).
Dios
(feminine goddess) a supernatural being who is worshipped
dios; diosa
the ancient gods of Greece and Rome.
godly adjective religious
piadoso
a godly man/life.
godliness noun
piedad
godchild nouns ( goddaughter, godson) a child who has a godparent or godparents.
ahijado; ahijada
godfather nouns ( godmother, godparent) a person who, at a child’s baptism, promises to take an active interest in its welfare.
padrino; madrina
godsend noun a very welcome piece of unexpected good luck
regalo llovido del cielo, bendición
Your cheque was an absolute godsend.
(Definition of God from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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