Ubermensch

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Übermensch

(ˈyːbərˌmɛnʃ)
n, pl -menschen (-mɛnʃən)
(Philosophy) (esp in the writings of Nietzsche) the German word for superman
[literally: over-man]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Übermensch - a person with great powers and abilitiesUbermensch - a person with great powers and abilities
leader - a person who rules or guides or inspires others
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Translations
nadčlověk
超人
References in periodicals archive ?
F, November 1882-Februar 1883 5 [1] 73, KGW VII/1, 199.19-20; KSA 10, 195: "Jede Kirche ist der Stein am Grabe eines Gottmenschen: sie will durchaus, dass er nicht wieder auferstehe."
(52) Felix Malmberg, Uber den Gottmenschen, Quaestiones Disputatae 9 (Basel: Herder, 1960) 85 (my translation).