ditheism

noun di·the·ism \ˈdīthēˌizəm, (ˈ)dīˈth-\

Definition of ditheism

plural

-s

  1. :  belief in or theory of the existence of two gods or of two original principles, one good and one evil (as in Manichaeism)

ditheistic

\¦dīthēˈistik\ or

ditheistical

\-stə̇kəl\ adjective

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Origin and Etymology of ditheism

di- + -theism


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