omnific

omnific

(ɒmˈnɪfɪk) or

omnificent

adj
rare creating all things
[C17: via Medieval Latin from Latin omni- + -ficus, from facere to do]
omˈnificence n
References in classic literature ?
omnific, omniform, omnipercipient, omniscience, omnipotent.
Silence, ye troubl'd waves, and thou Deep, peace, Said then th' Omnific Word, your discord end:
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8) William Findlay, "Diaskeuasts of the Omnific Word," Cencrastus: Scottish and International Literature, Arts and Affairs, 23 (1986): 48-52, discusses Young's attempts to revive Scottish vernacular humanism through translation.
Readers who refuse the temptations of escapism and self-absence afforded by a representationalist view of the narrative will appreciate the ironic reversal whereby the omnific Lord and Father of the universe is ultimately seen to exist as your-son, a parody of baby Jesus, the furious, helpless little book that they--themselves represented within the poem as his Sons and Daughters--hold cradled in their lap.
And so, robust in God and omnific word I trawl the golden compass across