Omnipotence



[om-nip-uh-tuh ns] /ɒmˈnɪp ə təns/

noun
1.
the quality or state of being .
2.
(initial capital letter) .
n.

mid-15c., omnipotens, from Middle French omnipotence, from Late Latin omnipotentia “almighty power,” from Latin omnipotentem “omnipotent” (see omnipotent). Related: Omnipotency (late 15c.).

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