divinize

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divinize

(ˈdɪvɪˌnaɪz) or

divinise

vb
(tr) to make divine; deify
ˌdiviniˈzation, ˌdiviniˈsation n

divinize


Past participle: divinized
Gerund: divinizing

Imperative
divinize
divinize
Present
I divinize
you divinize
he/she/it divinizes
we divinize
you divinize
they divinize
Preterite
I divinized
you divinized
he/she/it divinized
we divinized
you divinized
they divinized
Present Continuous
I am divinizing
you are divinizing
he/she/it is divinizing
we are divinizing
you are divinizing
they are divinizing
Present Perfect
I have divinized
you have divinized
he/she/it has divinized
we have divinized
you have divinized
they have divinized
Past Continuous
I was divinizing
you were divinizing
he/she/it was divinizing
we were divinizing
you were divinizing
they were divinizing
Past Perfect
I had divinized
you had divinized
he/she/it had divinized
we had divinized
you had divinized
they had divinized
Future
I will divinize
you will divinize
he/she/it will divinize
we will divinize
you will divinize
they will divinize
Future Perfect
I will have divinized
you will have divinized
he/she/it will have divinized
we will have divinized
you will have divinized
they will have divinized
Future Continuous
I will be divinizing
you will be divinizing
he/she/it will be divinizing
we will be divinizing
you will be divinizing
they will be divinizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been divinizing
you have been divinizing
he/she/it has been divinizing
we have been divinizing
you have been divinizing
they have been divinizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been divinizing
you will have been divinizing
he/she/it will have been divinizing
we will have been divinizing
you will have been divinizing
they will have been divinizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been divinizing
you had been divinizing
he/she/it had been divinizing
we had been divinizing
you had been divinizing
they had been divinizing
Conditional
I would divinize
you would divinize
he/she/it would divinize
we would divinize
you would divinize
they would divinize
Past Conditional
I would have divinized
you would have divinized
he/she/it would have divinized
we would have divinized
you would have divinized
they would have divinized
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862-4); he has been divinised in a manner evocative of emperors under the imperial cult.
In this regard, the revolutionary state's efforts to abolish practices for the royal dead can be seen as comparable to ritual action, in the sense that it sought to directly influence and affect the afterlives of divinised royalty.
Hiep Hoa on the other hand, who died unmarried and childless, had never found a rightful place in a temple enshrining divinised forefathers.
Alpana Nayak, more known in her avatar as a worker with the specially abled, in "Vichitra varna" tried to paint a many-sided picture of the contemporary woman walking alongside her husband as an equal partner in life, exemplifying qualities divinised through verses on Durga, Kali, Mohini, Ahalya, Yashoda manifestations, tagging it with modern poetry like "Janani mu Janani" and "Kshama mor anya Nama.
All these characteristics are mistakenly attributed [by Kant] to the human subject, who was thus divinised.
If Hermias' virtue, as immanent in Hermias himself, is divinised, we may certainly argue that Hermias is being equated to the gods, in a fashion that would be unacceptable to ordinary Greek piety.
Christian theology increasingly divinised the person of Jesus, a position enshrined definitively at Nicaea.
It is more correct to say that the Homeric magician or witch by his / her art becomes a divinised or god-like human.
As a 'speaking statue' given voice by the divinised hero it represented, Memnon was visited by generations of pilgrims, who recorded their experiences on its legs and base, often with the simple formula 'audi Memnonem'--'I heard Memnon.
For Iamblichus, "the citizen achieves divinisation through the divinised city of which he is a member" (XVIII, 68).
In North Africa, however, he was associated with the ram, a pastoral creature divinised by the Berbers of Libya.