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Language: Old English
Origin: ealmihtig, from eall 'completely' + mihtig 'powerful'

almighty

adjective
     
al‧might‧y
1

the Almighty/Almighty God/Almighty Father

RRC expressions used to talk about God that emphasize His power
2

God/Christ Almighty

an expression used when you are angry or upset. Some people consider this use offensive.
3

almighty din/crash/row

British English old-fashioned informal a very loud noise, argument etc:
There was an almighty bang and the car came to a halt.

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