demigod

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  • noun

Synonyms for demigod

a person with great powers and abilities

Related Words

a person who is part mortal and part god

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Percy (Poseidon's son) and his pals - a cyclops, a satyr and a demi-god - are seeking the Golden Fleece.
He teams up with his demi-god friends to retrieve the Golden Fleece, which has the power to save their home and training ground, Camp Half-Blood.
King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who is revered as a demi-god by many Thais, has been hospitalised since September 2009.
The aspiring entrepreneur from Portsmouth admitted he was embarrassed hearing his personal statement read back to him in the boardroom, in which he described himself as demi-god Thor.
So Worthington was happy to put on the Greek garb of Perseus the demi-god son of Zeus again for 'Wrath of the Titans'.
There is likely to be an enormous outpouring of emotion over Kim's death in North Korea, where the country's propaganda machine turned him into a demi-god.
By "everything," she also means 1940s Hollywood film footage, rousing neo-folk dances, a capella chanting, a demi-god who plays the drums and drinks beer in front of the TV, and other seemingly disparate elements that coalesce in inexplicable harmony.
He notes the change, starting in the eighteenth dynasty, from representing the king as a solitary demi-god to images of a royal family.
Clash Of The Titans (12) AS A baby, Perseus (Sam Worthington) is rescued from the sea by fisherman Spyros (Pete Postlethwaite), unaware the boy is the demi-god son of Zeus (Liam Neeson).
Frogs, snakes, and lizards often ornament the mask, representing plagues unleashed by the ancient demi-god Huari since, according to some, the goddess Nustra who destroyed the plagues was reincarnated as the Virgin of the Mineshaft.
They have come from a world where the white, working man was a demi-god, rarely challenged and in charge of everything.
I don't believe, as some claim, that it was borrowed from neighbouring pagan religions with their demi-God mythologies, and it was of no significance to the gospel writers and early church fathers who affirmed the absolute necessity of believing the story.
Indeed nothing induces low spirits more than to hear fellow supporters bad mouth players they had previously accorded demi-god status in happier circumstances.
Given the involvement of Placido Domingo, that tireless demi-god among tenors, there has been an inordinate amount of hype surrounding the release of this new studio recording of Tristan und Isolde.
A Calling from a Demi-God we all sort of bow to, and love, and please, and touch, called the Laser Viking.