From Latin apotheōsis, from Ancient Greek ἀποθέωσις (apothéōsis), from verb ἀποθεόω (apotheóō, “deify”) (factitive verb formed from θεός (theós, “God”) with intensive prefix ἀπο- (apo-)) + -σις (-sis, “forms noun of action”). Surface analysis apo- + theo- + -sis.
apotheosis (countable and uncountable, plural apotheoses)
- The fact or action of becoming or making into a god; deification.
- Glorification, exaltation; crediting someone or something with extraordinary power or status.
- A glorified example or ideal; the apex or pinnacle (of a concept or belief).
- The best moment or highest point in the development of something, for example of a life or career; the apex, culmination, or climax (of a development).
- (loosely) Release from earthly life, ascension to heaven; death.
- (psychology) The latent entity that mediates between a person's psyche and their thoughts. The id, ego and superego in Freudian Psychology are examples of this.
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