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God in Spanish 🇪🇸

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god dios
How to say “god” in Spanish? “Dios”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “dios” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on god in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Normal speech: DEE-ohs
IPA: ˈdjos

8 months ago


Remember it as being similar to the word deity. (Note: Deity is deidad in Spanish.)

9 months ago

Dios es bueno

Similar to day but has an o

2 years ago

Memory helper

“¡Dios mio!” Is something you may hear someone exclaim when something unexpected happens. Just like when a valley girl says OH MY GOD. So think “¡Dios mio! My god!” Dee-ohs me-oh

a year ago

dios info.

Tips to remember “dios”:
– Think of the “D” in both “Dios” and “Divine” to help remember its connection to the divine.
– Associate the word “dios” with the phrase “Dios mío!” which means “My God!” in Spanish, a common exclamation.

“Dios” is the Spanish word for “God” and is used to refer to the deity in a monotheistic sense, similar to how God is understood in Christianity, Judaism, and Islam.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Creador (Creator)
– Señor (Lord)
– Todopoderoso (Almighty)
– Divinidad (Divinity)

Alternate meanings/slang:
“Dios” doesn’t necessarily have a slang meaning, but it can be used in various expressions to show surprise, frustration, or admiration, such as “¡Ay, Dios!” or “¡Dios santo!”

Examples of sentences:
– “Muchas personas rezan a Dios antes de dormir.” (Many people pray to God before sleeping.)
– “Dios es considerado el creador del universo en muchas religiones.” (God is considered the creator of the universe in many religions.)
– “Dios mío, ¡esto es increíble!” (My God, this is incredible!)
– “Esperamos en Dios que todo salga bien.” (We hope in God that everything turns out well.)
– “Solo Dios sabe lo que pasará en el futuro.” (Only God knows what will happen in the future.)

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