deiform

adjective
de·​i·​form | \-ˌfȯrm\

Definition of deiform 

: conforming to the nature of God : having the form of a god the universe shows no evidence of being deiform— R. W. Sellars

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History and Etymology for deiform

Medieval Latin deiformis, from Latin deus god + -iformis -iform

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