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Credo, credere, credidi, creditum
To believe
accredit
to authorize, to certify, to believe.
credence
belief; acceptance as true
creditable
Deserving praise
credulous
believing too easily, gullible
creed
a statement of belief or principle
deus
god
deify
to make god of
deity
a god/goddess
divino, divinare, divinavi, divinatum
to foretell
divinus
divine
divine
1. to foretell by supernatural means.

2. to know by intuition/insight
divinity
1. a god/goddess; a divine being.

2. the state of being divine.

3. the study of Christian theology.
theos
god
apotheosis
1. making a god of something; deification.

2. a glorified ideal; an essence.
theocracy
government by divine power/priests
theology
the study of religion.
atheist
a person who believes there is no god.
pantheism
identifying god with nature; belief in all gods.
pantheon
all the gods of a people or religion. (when capitalized, Pantheon refers to the circular domed temple in Rome built in 27 BC and dedicated to all the gods.)