An example of divine is the nature of Jesus.
An example of divine is a person who always follows religious and moral codes of conduct.
An example of divine is for a fortune teller to predict someone's future.
Somehow divined the answer despite not having read the assignment.
An example of divine is a minister.
Origin of divine
- Middle English from Old French devine from Latin dīvīnus divine, foreseeing from dīvus god dyeu- in Indo-European roots V., Middle English divinen from Old French deviner from Latin dīvīnāre from dīvīnus
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Old French divin, from Latin dīvīnus, from divus (“god”).
- From Middle French deviner, from Latin divino.