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theogony

theogony

noun the·og·o·ny \thē-ˈä-gə-nē\
plural the·og·o·nies

Definition of THEOGONY

:  an account of the origin and descent of the gods
theo·gon·ic \ˌthē-ə-ˈgä-nik\ adjective

Origin of THEOGONY

Greek theogonia, from the- + -gonia -gony
First Known Use: 1612

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