Translation of goddess in Spanish:

goddess

diosa, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈɡɑdəs//ˈɡɒdɪs/

noun

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    Mythology
    diosa feminine
    • The Sun is depicted as a male deity, being embraced by the female moon goddess during an eclipse.
    • At the end of the small room there was a deity figure of the goddess Nova the Water Goddess.
    • The songs and verses he composed in the praise of various gods and goddesses are most wonderful in quality and quantity.
    • They adopted a synergetic approach, assimilating native deities with gods or goddesses from their own pantheon.
    • Hindus are truly monotheist but worship many gods and goddesses and see the same God in them.
    • We worship the gods and goddesses of the Greek pantheon, and use the Greek format of ritual.
    • The fact illustrates the nature of the goddess, and her cult, well enough.
    • There may be a Cupid like figure as well, but there is always a love goddess except in monotheisms.
    • Worshippers repeat the names of their favourite gods and goddesses, and repeat mantras.
    • The eight lotus petals are the four mothers and four goddesses and the vase represents the vase containing the nectar of accomplishment.
    • The Celtic religion features many female deities such as a mother goddesses and war goddesses.
    • All rites, rituals, and worship of god and goddesses have been dispensed with.
    • The original inhabitants of Oman were pantheists, worshiping various goddesses and gods.
    • So some of the gods whom we know from the pantheon, goddesses like Hera and Poseidon, were gods who were native to Greece as we know it.
    • They will not set up any idols, gods, goddesses or statues for worship nor shall they worship any human being.
    • Venus afterwards was called the Assyrian goddess or Astarte, the queen of heaven.
    • Because Wiccans seem to worship nature and nature goddesses and gods, they can be called pantheists.
    • Their gods and goddesses were different from those of the Vedic pantheon.
    • It shimmers with characters, sayings, spirits, gods and goddesses from a pantheon of faiths.
    • Why, even Hindu gods and goddesses can be abused freely!
    • The French screen goddess may turn out to be the only major star attending.
    • It takes its inspiration from early screen goddesses, but in those days it took much more bravery to face the chemicals.
    • Zeta-Jones takes on the supporting role with the style of a natural born screen goddess.
    • You should celebrate your inner girly goddess, and there are lots of cool ways to do it.
    • She had fantastic cheekbones and, frankly, was born a natural sex goddess.
    • Rather than peerless screen goddesses, we see the vulnerable essences of the two stars.
    • However, Between Strangers needs more than a screen goddess to liven up the material.
    • One would have the looks and figure of a screen goddess, and the drive to make both the best of her opportunities and a host of enemies.
    • Even the sex goddess of all things Alien cannot inject eroticism into a plain script.
    • Back in the middle 1930s the stars of the silver screen were goddesses, such as Greta Garbo.
    • One of the great screen goddesses of 1940s and 1950s Hollywood, Bacall is still strikingly handsome.
    • I'm still determined to achieve my life goal of becoming a domestic goddess.
    • She might seem bulletproof on screen, but even domestic goddesses need a little downtime.
    • Who hasn't gloated over candid snaps that show up a former screen goddess in a less than flattering light?
    • By the end of the year, she had finally supplanted Liz Hurley as the British newspapers' screen goddess of choice.
    • This has proved problematic, not only for one ageing screen goddess.
    • Sigourney Weaver's character becomes the sex goddess of Murray's fantasy… and beyond.
    • Will the all female group of domestic goddesses sweep the board or will they be kicked in to touch by the football supporters?
    • Thank God this was the day for our domestic goddess Inez to show up.
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    (woman)
    diosa feminine