divine

Divine vs Mother - What's the difference?

divine | mother |


As an adjective divine

is of or pertaining to a god.

As a noun divine

is one skilled in divinity; a theologian.

As a verb divine

is to foretell (something), especially by the use of divination.

As a proper noun mother is

one's mother.

Divine vs General - What's the difference?

divine | general |


As nouns the difference between divine and general

is that divine is one skilled in divinity; a theologian while general is general.

As an adjective divine

is of or pertaining to a god.

As a verb divine

is to foretell (something), especially by the use of divination.

Divine vs Bliss - What's the difference?

divine | bliss |


As an adjective divine

is of or pertaining to a god.

As a noun divine

is one skilled in divinity; a theologian.

As a verb divine

is to foretell (something), especially by the use of divination.

As a proper noun bliss is

originating as a nickname.

Dignified vs Divine - What's the difference?

dignified | divine |


As adjectives the difference between dignified and divine

is that dignified is respectable while divine is of or pertaining to a god.

As verbs the difference between dignified and divine

is that dignified is (dignify) while divine is to foretell (something), especially by the use of divination.

As a noun divine is

one skilled in divinity; a theologian.

Bode vs Divine - What's the difference?

bode | divine |


As a proper noun bode

is .

As an adjective divine is

of or pertaining to a god.

As a noun divine is

one skilled in divinity; a theologian.

As a verb divine is

to foretell (something), especially by the use of divination.

Divine vs Dark - What's the difference?

divine | dark |


As adjectives the difference between divine and dark

is that divine is of or pertaining to a god while dark is having an absolute or (more often) relative lack of light.

As nouns the difference between divine and dark

is that divine is one skilled in divinity; a theologian while dark is a complete or (more often) partial absence of light.

As a verb divine

is to foretell (something), especially by the use of divination.

Delve vs Divine - What's the difference?

delve | divine |


In lang=en terms the difference between delve and divine

is that delve is to dig the ground, especially with a shovel while divine is to search for (underground objects or water) using a divining rod.

As verbs the difference between delve and divine

is that delve is to dig the ground, especially with a shovel while divine is to foretell (something), especially by the use of divination.

As nouns the difference between delve and divine

is that delve is a pit or den while divine is one skilled in divinity; a theologian.

As an adjective divine is

of or pertaining to a god.

Divine vs Theological - What's the difference?

divine | theological |


As adjectives the difference between divine and theological

is that divine is of or pertaining to a god while theological is of or relating to theology.

As a noun divine

is one skilled in divinity; a theologian.

As a verb divine

is to foretell (something), especially by the use of divination.

Priest vs Divine - What's the difference?

priest | divine |


As a proper noun priest

is .

As an adjective divine is

of or pertaining to a god.

As a noun divine is

one skilled in divinity; a theologian.

As a verb divine is

to foretell (something), especially by the use of divination.

Spirit vs Divine - What's the difference?

spirit | divine |


As nouns the difference between spirit and divine

is that spirit is spirit (alcohol) while divine is one skilled in divinity; a theologian.

As an adjective divine is

of or pertaining to a god.

As a verb divine is

to foretell (something), especially by the use of divination.

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