[god-feer-ing] /ˈgɒdˌfɪər ɪŋ/
deeply respectful or fearful of God.
(sometimes lowercase) deeply religious; pious; devout.
pious; devout: a God-fearing people
1759, from God + fearing (see fear).
[god-fer-sey-kuh n, god-fer-sey-] /ˈgɒd fərˌseɪ kən, ˌgɒd fərˈseɪ-/ adjective, (sometimes initial capital letter) 1. desolate; remote; deserted: They live in some godforsaken place 40 miles from the nearest town. 2. wretched; neglected; pitiable. /ˈɡɒdfəˌseɪkən; ˌɡɒdfəˈseɪkən/ adjective (sometimes capital) 1. (usually prenominal) desolate; dreary; forlorn 2. wicked adj. 1816, from God + forsaken.
[god-free] /ˈgɒd fri/ noun 1. a male given name: from Germanic words meaning “god” and “peace.”. interjection 2. (sometimes lowercase) (used as an exclamation of surprise, anger, etc.) masc. proper name, from Old French Godefrei (Modern French Godefroi), from Old High German Godafrid (German Gottfried), literally “the peace of God,” from Old High German got […]
[god-giv-uh n] /ˈgɒdˌgɪv ən/ adjective 1. given by, or coming directly from, God: the God-given laws. 2. welcome; propitious; opportune. adjective natural, ordained; possessed without question
[god-hed] /ˈgɒdˌhɛd/ noun 1. 2. (lowercase) divinity; godhood. 3. (lowercase) Rare. a god or goddess; deity. /ˈɡɒdˌhɛd/ noun (sometimes not capital) 1. the essential nature and condition of being God 2. the Godhead, God n. c.1200, from god + Middle English -hede, cognate with -hood and German -heit. Along with maidenhead, this is the sole […]