theomorphic

adjective the·o·mor·phic \¦thēə¦mȯrfik\

Definition of theomorphic

  1. :  having divine form :  formed in the image of deity :  endued with a divine aspect the Christian emphasis on the theomorphic conception of man rather than the anthropomorphic conception of God

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Origin and Etymology of theomorphic

Greek theomorphos (from the- + morphē form) + English -ic


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