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almighty (capitalized) God (used with "the"). [1/2 definitions]
angel a spiritual being who acts as a servant or messenger of God. Angels are often represented as human figures with wings and a halo. [1/2 definitions]
Apollo the god of light, music, poetry, and healing in Greek and Roman mythology. Apollo was also the god of prophecy. People travelled to his shrine at Delphi to ask questions about future events.
Ares the god of war in Greek mythology. In Roman mythology, Ares is called Mars.
ark (sometimes capitalized) in the Bible, the large boat built by Noah to save his family and two of every animal from a flood sent by God. [1/2 definitions]
atheist a person who believes that there is no god or gods.
bless to ask for favor from God. [1/3 definitions]
commandment in the Jewish or Christian Bible, one of the Ten Commandments or laws given to Moses by God. [1/2 definitions]
creator (capitalized) God (used with "the"). [1/2 definitions]
Cupid the god of love in Roman mythology.
deity a god or goddess. [2 definitions]
devil (often capitalized) the chief spirit of evil in Christianity. The Devil is the master of Hell and enemy of God; Satan. [1/3 definitions]
divine of, from, or having to do with a god or gods. [2 definitions]
goddess a female god.
Hades the underworld of Greek mythology, ruled by the god Pluto.
hallelujah a word used to express joy or praise to God. [1/2 definitions]
halo a circle of light shining around the head of a god, an angel, or a saint in a picture. [1/2 definitions]
heathen someone who does not believe in the God of Christians, Jews, or Muslims.
heaven (often cap.) in some religions, the abode of God, where the souls of the good and faithful will dwell after death. [1/4 definitions]
Hercules a hero in Greek and Roman mythology. Hercules was half man and half god and known for his amazing strength.
Hermes the messenger of the gods, in Greek mythology. Hermes was also the god of travelers, of trade, of theft, and of skill in speaking. He is often shown with wings on his hat and shoes. In Roman mythology, Hermes is called Mercury.