theotés: deityOriginal Word: θεότης, ητος, ἡ
Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine
Phonetic Spelling: (theh-ot'-ace)
Short Definition: deity, Godhead
Definition: deity, Godhead.
2320 theótēs (a feminine noun derived from 2316 /theós, "God") – the personal God revealed in the Bible who is triune and infinitely relational as demonstrated by the embodiment of the Godhead in the incarnated Christ (used only in Col 2:9).
2320 /theótēs ("fullness of deity") expresses God's "essential (personal) deity, as belonging to Christ" (WS, 906). 2320 (theótēs) focuses on Christ physically embodying the Godhead through His incarnation and shown throughout His perfect life of faith (cf. Heb 12:2).
[For more on Christ's full deity, see 2316 /theós ("God") at Sidebar A.]
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
Thayer's Greek LexiconSTRONGS NT 2320: θεότης
θεότης, θεότητος, ἡ (deitas, Tertullian, Augustine (de civ. Dei 7, 1)), deity i. e. the state of being God, Godhead: Colossians 2:9. (Lucian, Icar. 9; Plutarch, de defect. orac. 10, p. 415 c.)
Strong's Exhaustive Concordancegodhead, deity
From theos; divinity (abstractly) -- godhead.
see GREEK theos
Forms and Transliterationsθεοτητος θεότητος theotetos theotētos theótetos theótētos
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