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Diosa interjection

oh my Goddess(interjection said in excitement)
interjection

diosa proper noun

Goddess(single goddess of monotheism)
proper noun
[UK: ˈɡɒ.dɪs] [US: ˈɡɑː.dəs]

diosa noun
{f}

deity [deities]noun
[UK: ˈdiːɪ.ti] [US: ˈdiːə.ti]

goddess [goddesses](female deity)
noun
[UK: ˈɡɒ.dɪs] [US: ˈɡɑː.dəs]

diosa triple noun
{f}

triple goddess(female triune deity)
noun

dios astado proper noun
{m}

Antlered God(Wiccan god)
proper noun

Horned God(Wiccan god)
proper noun

desidiosa noun
{f}

procrastinator [procrastinators](one who procrastinates; one who delays working on things)
noun
[UK: prəʊˈkræstɪneɪtə ] [US: prəˈkræstəˌneɪtər ]

endiosado adjective

stuck up(snobbish, conceited)
adjective

endiosar verb

deify [deified, deifying, deifies](to make a god of)
verb
[UK: ˈdiːɪ.faɪ] [US: ˈdiːə.ˌfaɪ]
Classical liberalism deifies abstractions and objectifies humans. = El liberalismo clásico endiosa las abstracciones y cosifica a los humanos.

god(idolize)
verb
[UK: ɡɒd] [US: ˈɡɑːd]

envidiosamente adverb

enviously(in an envious manner or to an envious degree)
adverb
[UK: ˈen.vɪə.sli] [US: ˈen.viə.sli]

jealouslyadverb
[UK: ˈdʒe.lə.sli] [US: ˈdʒe.lə.sli]

tediosamente adverb

tediously(in a tedious manner)
adverb
[UK: ˈtiː.dɪə.sli] [US: ˈtiː.diə.sli]

triple diosa proper noun
{f}

Triple Goddess(Wicca: the trinity of the Goddess)
proper noun