from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A minor god.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. minor divinity, a local or inferior god
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A diminutive god.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A little or inferior deity.
We were very desirous of testing the strength of our godling; we persistently proved to one another that our godling was a strong godling, and that Tanya would come out the victor in this combat.
But if we truly are here despite him, he is a poor, weak godling who cannot help you.
Which means they * are* doing something right -- they're pushing capability forward w/Win7, and providing backward compatibility at the same time. godling
Another little girl, a daughter of gods, fell madly in love with humans, so much so that she decided to eschew her godling status and live on Earth among them only to find that they wanted nothing to do with her.
THOR: Nay, milady, thou must have me confused with some other godling.
At times, though, you think, 'I don't care about minor godling A, mage B, boy thief C, or possessed thing D, get me back to Whiskeyjack and the Bridgeburners, please.
She convinced her brother Nahadoth to assist her, and together with some of their godling children they attempted a coup.
And the arrogance of us Americans: we are 6% of the overpopulated planet, any such godling is three times more likely to be Chinese.
Some children have surprising amounts of maturity, and perhaps a godling fits that bill.
Of more concern is their defense of genocide in this context, since they believe it would be okay to kill everyone who disagrees if a godling (like Charlie Darwin or his modern prophet) told them to.
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