Definition of Quis ut deus
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Quis ut deus Definition from Religion & Spirituality Dictionaries & Glossaries
Quis ut Deus (Latin) One like god; used in connection with the angelic power called by ancient medieval Hebrew and Christian mystics Michael [from Hebrew mi who + cha like + 'el God or a divinity].
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, a Latin sentence meaning "Who is like God?", is a literal translation of the name Michael (, transliterated Micha'el or Mîkha'el).
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