Definition of Greco-roman deity

1. Noun. A deity of classical mythology.

Exact synonyms: Graeco-roman Deity
Generic synonyms: Deity, Divinity, God, Immortal
Specialized synonyms: Nymph, Latona, Leto
Specialized synonyms: Aesculapius, Asclepius, Asklepios, Bacchus, Priapus



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Greco-roman Deity

Greater Poland
Greater Sunda Islands
Grecian
Grecian knot
Grecian knots
Grecianness
Grecians
Grecism
Grecisms
Grecized
Greco
Greco-
Greco-Buddhism
Greco-Roman
Greco-Roman architecture
Greco-Roman deity
Grecogenous
Grecophone
Grecophones
Greece
Greek Catholic
Greek Christian Scriptures
Greek Church
Greek Orthodox
Greek Orthodox Church
Greek Sign Language
Greek alphabet
Greek architecture
Greek calends

Literary usage of Greco-roman deity

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1. Architecture as a Branch of Aesthetic, Psychologically Treated by Denton Jaques Snider (1905)
"The Greco-Roman deity might subjugate the other deities, but that did not make him universal, he was still national and limited. ..."

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