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deus ī (nom plur. dī, diī, rarely deī; gen. deōrum or deūm, poet. also divōm or divūm; dat. dīs, diīs, and later deīs), m

DIV-, a god, deity : deorum inmortalium numen: consilio deorum, Cs.— In ejaculations: di! T.: di boni! T.: di inmortales! T.: Pro di inmortales! T.: per deos inmortalīs!: di magni! O.: di vostram fidem! T.: pro deūm fidem! T.: Pro deūm atque hominum fidem! T.: pro deūm inmortalium! T.—In wishes, greetings, and asseverations: di bene vortant, T.: utinam ita di faxint, T.: quod di prohibeant, T.: quod di omen avertant, the gods forbid : di melius duint, T.: Di meliora piis, V.: di meliora velint, O.: di meliora! god forbid! : di melius, O.: Di tibi omnia optata offerant, T.: Ut illum di deaeque perdant, T.: Di tibi male faciant, T.: Ita me di ament, T.: cum dis volentibus, by the gods help : dis volentibus, S.: si dis placet, an't please the gods , T.: di hominesque, i. e. all the world : dis hominibusque invitis, in spite of everybody.—The divine power : deum ire per omnīs Terras (dicunt), V.: Incaluit deo, O.A goddess (poet.): ducente deo (sc. Venere), V.: Audentīs deus ipse iuvat (sc. Fortuna), O.—Of persons, a god, divine being : te in dicendo semper putavi deum: Plato quasi deus philosphorum: deus ille magister, V.: deos quoniam propius contingis, the powers that be , H.: deus sum, si hoc ita est, my fortune is divine , T.

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