henotheism[hen′ō t̸hē iz′əm, -t̸hē′iz′-]
Origin of henotheismcoined (c. 1860) by (Friedrich) Max Müller ; from Classical Greek hen, one (see hendeca-) + theos, god
Origin of henotheismGreek heno- (from heis, hen-, one; see sem-1 in Indo-European roots) + Greek theos, god; see dhēs- in Indo-European roots + –ism.
- Belief in or worship of one deity without denying the existence of other deities.
From German Henotheismus, coined 19th century by Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling, from Ancient Greek ἕν (hen) (stem of εἷς (heis, “one”)) + Theismus