from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The condition of being a god; divinity, especially as a jocular epithet
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The rank or character of a god; deity; divinity; a god or goddess.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The rank or character of a god; deity; divinity.
- n. A titular appellative of a god.
I just don't think that, you know, it's a godship people are trying to drive him into the present terms of answering that question, put him on position, but I don't think that it's actually a real issue.
I never talked so familiarly with his godship before: thou mayest think, therefore, that his dialect sounded oddly in my ears.
I guess Alberto dipdong will be in competition for “godship” now with Dumbya?
Thou, a youth, hast down – trodden the right that to godship more
Special care is taken to antidote his godship with vine-tree syrup.
"I don't think his godship will triumph there," said Lady Glencora.
Then there arose a great enemy, a man fluent of diction, apparently with deep malice at his heart, though at home -- as we used to say at school -- one of the most good-natured fellows in the world; one ambitious of that godship which a seat on the other side of the House bestowed, and greedy to grasp at the chances which this disagreement in the councils of the gods might give him.
And Sakra, the lord of Sachi, bestowed on Nala the boon that he should be able to behold his godship in sacrifices and that he should attain to blessed legions thereafter, and Hutasana bestowed on him the boon of his own presence whenever Naishadha wished, and regions also bright as himself.
You may be certain there was a mendicant priest in attendance on his godship.
All living creatures are virtuous, for they are capable of progressing towards godship by their own acts.