Literally 'En theos' is the English language equivalent of the Greek words which mean 'in God.' Furthermore, the word Enthusiasm, arrives from the greek word enthusia, which by turn arrives from the word En theos. so when we say that we feel enthusiasm, it means that at that moment we feel like we have God inside us. In Greek letters: En Theos= Εν Θεός, Enthusiasm=Ενθουσιασμός
Theos is greek for God. as in theology
Theos is the Greek word for God.
Theos Casimir Bernard died in 1947.
Theos Casimir Bernard was born in 1908.
it means ''my god'' Θεός μου (theos mou)
Theos means 'god' - not the name of a particular god.
Dimos Theos was born on March 10, 1935, in Karditsa, Greece.
Theos Bernard has written: 'Heaven lies within us'
The root word "enthusiasm" comes from the Greek entheos(en + theos, in, or caused by god), the word having been originally used for religious zeal.
Θεός (theos, pronounced the-oss, where the- is pronounced as in theatre)