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god·ling

 (gŏd′lĭng)
n.
A minor god.

godling

(ˈɡɒdlɪŋ)
n
(Theology) a little god

god•ling

(ˈgɒd lɪŋ)

n.
a minor or local god.
[1490–1500]
References in classic literature ?
The Jeddak of Ptarth nodded his assent, but the ugly scowl that he bent upon Matai Shang harbored ill for that pasty-faced godling.
He looked toward the cot by the fire where the godling snorted.
He showed nothing of his mind when Father Victor, for three long mornings, discoursed to him of an entirely new set of Gods and Godlings - notably of a Goddess called Mary, who, he gathered, was one with Bibi Miriam of Mahbub Ali's theology.
gravel into godling cupidons; imagining, too, the man who catches them--
It was written as part of Radio 1 star Zane Lowe's project to put together a new soundtrack to the Ryan Godling movie Drive.
The gorgeous, rebellious Prince Beau loves strong-willed healer Agnatha, and with the help of an all-powerful godling, the two may find the happiness each deserves.
Fascinus, an early Roman godling who was worshipped as sorcery's originator, was symbolized by the phallus, and facinare signifies the odd fact that an image of the phallus was often worn around the neck as a defense against bewitching ("Fascinate" 170-1).
Sam Johnson, Potter, Daniel Burge (2) and James Godling added further strikes in the second half.
Let's hope that this gem of a show and its fine catalogue (with contributions from Andrew Lambirth, Veronica Godling and Keith Ball) galvanise Tate into staging a long-overdue retrospective, that Vaughan deserves.
His identification of the primary actors in Congress (Ford, Godling, Pell, Kennedy, Kassabaum, and their staffs), the associations (especially ACE, NASFAAA, NCHELP, and CCA), and the administration (ED and the White House) and explanation of the consequences of their strong personal relationships are especially illuminating.
Furnace, indentured slave, godling -- the sun knew much, and refused all succor.
But, finally, Redmond's attendant godling isn't the only one to have lost her way.