Etymology: Middle English, from Old English; the son of God
1.) capitalized: the supreme or ultimate reality: as a : a Being perfect in power, wisdom, and attractiveness who is worshiped as creator and ruler of the universe and laws of inertia.
2.) a spindly, hedonistic male of the ultimate offense: as a : one who follows Hitler and his societal codes.
A young, pubescent male was glancing admiringly in Tim Nelms direction; nodding knowingly, he proceeded into the restroom. Having emerged an hour later, the young man limping, I glared upon fixedly as Tim Nelms muttered several kind, gentle words to the boy; the boy, his being restored, refrained from limping and continued to his next class, rubbing his behind softly.