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a female being believed to have supernatural powers; a female god
goddess
a being believed to have supernatural powers and is considered worthy of worship
god
lacking strength;weak;frail
feeble
dangerously wild, hostile, or vicious; ferocious
fierce
a large, long-legged wading bird of warm regions, related to the heron, having black, white, or scarlet plumage and a long, slender, downward-curving bill.
ibis
an image or other object that is worshiped as a god
idol
a wild dog of Asia, Africa, and eastern Europe, about as big as a fox; esp. known for scavenging and for attacking small or weakened prey
jackal
fair dealing; the dispensing of that which is owing or deserved, such as reward or punishment
justice
a story coming down from the past, which many people have believed, and which may or may not have elements of truth; often specific to a certain group of people, as a part of their culture
legend
intense anger; fury
rage
to identify (someone or something) from previous experience
recognize
a building or place where a deity or deities are worshiped
temple
reverent devotion, honor, and love shown to a deity or to an object considered sacred
worship
one believed to be a god or goddess; a heaveny being
deity
any of several birds of prey, related to hawks, that hunt during the day and have long powerful wings and a hooked beak
falcon
a very large, bulky, nearly hairless plant-eating African mammal that lives mostly in and close to water
hippopotamus
an opinion or evaluation based upon a thorough weighing of evidence; a decision,decree, or sentence given by a judge or court
judgement
an event that cannot be explained by the known laws of nature and is therefore attributed to a supernatural or divine power
miracle
a god who takes a special interest in and oversees some specific area of life
patron deity
the belief in or worship of more than one god
polytheism
existing from the beginning; primitive
primordial
to lay waste, damage greatly, destroy; to work destruction
ravage
to tear down, destroy completely, demolish
raze
belonging to or dedicated to God or a god; holy
sacred
a broad, black dung beetle sacred to the ancient Egyptians; an image of this beetle, used in ancient Egypt as charms or ornaments
scarab