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deification Meaning in Bengali

 দেবত্বারোপ, দেবত্বারোপণ,


দেবত্বারোপণ, দেবত্বারোপ,

deification শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ এর উদাহরণ:

এই বৈশিষ্ট বাদ দিলে এটিকে এক প্রকার দেবত্বারোপ(Apotheosis) মতবাদের মত বলা যায় ।

deification's Usage Examples:

ἀποθέωσις, from ἀποθεόω/ἀποθεῶ, ''to deify''; also called divinization and deification from Latin: deificatio, lit.

Theosis (Greek: Θέωσις), or deification (deification may also refer to apotheosis, lit.

is deification of the self, or the view that the idea of God is nothing more than a conception of the self.

LaVeyan Satanism teaches self-deification.

Bk XIV:805-828 The deification of Romulus.

Worship or deification of fire (also pyrodulia, pyrolatry or pyrolatria) is known from various religions.

The teaching about deification of a Christian can be found as early as in the works of Irenaeus, a Greek.

Khebhut, Kebehut, Qébéhout, Kabehchet and Kebehwet) is a goddess, a deification of embalming liquid.

Euhemerus' views were rooted in the deification of men, usually kings, into gods through apotheosis.

An Earth goddess is a deification of the Earth.

Kek is the deification of the concept of primordial darkness (kkw sm3w) in the ancient Egyptian Ogdoad cosmogony of Hermopolis.

Hu (ḥw), in ancient Egypt, was the deification of the first word, the word of creation, that Atum was said to have exclaimed upon ejaculating or, alternatively.

podzol may have been the particular earth-type of which she was the deification.

winner was 13-year-old Peg McCarthy of Topeka, Kansas, on the word "deification".

same light skin as other depicted individuals in tomb TT15, before her deification); the earliest black skin depiction appears in tomb TT161, circa 150.

planets, and there is a theory suggests the Sumiyoshi sanjin are the deification of the three main stars in the Orion constellation.

basis, the Temple promotes the idea that practitioners should seek self-deification and thus attain an immortality of consciousness.

It was interpreted by Romans as a sign of the deification of recently assassinated dictator, Julius Caesar (100–44 BC).

Sia or Saa, an ancient Egyptian god, was the deification of perception in the Heliopolitan Ennead cosmogony and is probably equivalent to the intellectual.


avatar; embodiment; incarnation;


decline; unsoundness; dryness; tonicity;

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