Latin Godhead or Divine is: dīvīnĭtas Divine quality, divine nature, excellence; of the orator
Dīvīnus I. of or belonging to a deity, divine “divina studia colere divina facta, i. e., religious exercise, divine worship, sacrifice, etc Divine ORIGIN.
2. The divine, that which comes FROM God, nihil est divino divinius, Sen. Ep. 66, 11.— 3. That which is under the sanction of a god; a. By divine inspiration, prophetically: “plura divine praesensa et praedicta reperiri
Divine stŭdĭum , I. a busying one's self about or application to a thing; assiduity, zeal, eagerness, fondness, inclination, desire, exertion, endeavor, study: (b). A place for study, a study, school (late Lat.): “philosophum (se egit) in omnibus studiis, templis, locis,”
hosi-otēs , ētos, hē, A. disposition to observe divine law, piety, Pl.Prt.329c, Euthphr.14d sq., X.Cyr.6.1.47, pros theōn ho. piety towards them, Plu.Alc.34 ; “pros tous theous ”like Lat. pietas, “hē pros goneis ho.” D.S.7.4 ; “pros tēn tekousan” Id.31.27.
Heb. 5:8 Though he were a Son, yet learned he obedience by the things which he suffered;
g5219. hupakouo,from 5259 and 191; to hear under (as a subordinate), i.e. to listen attentively; by implication, to heed or conform to a command or authority: