Definitions

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  • proper n. The single goddess of various monotheistic religions.
  • proper n. The single female goddess of various ditheistic religions.

Etymologies

From Middle English, from Old English, modelled on other masculine>feminine nouns, after the gender of the neuter word god was shifted to masculine by Christianity. See God for further etymology. (Wiktionary)

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  • Goddess Blues

    Hey, hey, Goddess, where you skanked last night?
    Hey, hey, Goddess, where you wallydackered last night?

    All the Angels in this town just don't show her through

    Hey, hey, Goddess, where you stole that night?
    Hey, hey, Goddess, where you howled last night?
    You made my slug hazy and you ain't preachin' right

    She seize a cruelty, but I shout that it's too needing
    She earn a cruelty, but I shout that it's unwound

    You have no door all wild and you cussin' like I like

    Yeah, Goddess, where you wooed last night?
    Yeah, Goddess, where you ran last night?
    I own a voodoo, mmmmm, and it's unwound and cool

    February 1, 2013