(lowercase) divinity; godhood.
(lowercase) Rare. a god or goddess; deity.
noun (sometimes not capital)
the essential nature and condition of being God
the Godhead, God
c.1200, from god + Middle English -hede, cognate with -hood and German -heit. Along with maidenhead, this is the sole survival of this form of the suffix. Old English had godhad “divine nature.”
(Acts 17:29; Rom. 1:20; Col. 2:9), the essential being or the nature of God.
- God helps those who help themselves
God will not come to the aid of those who refuse to try; we must exert ourselves if we want to succeed.
- Go around with someone
verb phrase To be someone’s frequent escort or date; be linked romantically or sexually (1950s+)
- Go around the bend
verb phrase To become insane; go crazy; freak out: Jessica Lange, who goes around the bend with more style, insight, and intensity (1920s+)
[goh-uh-round] /ˈgoʊ əˌraʊnd/ noun 1. an act or instance of going around something, as a circle, course, or traffic pattern, and returning to the starting point. 2. a series or pattern of occurrences; round: After the third go-around of questions, the witness was released. 3. (def 1).