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superhuman (adj.)

1630s, from Medieval Latin superhumanus; see super- + human (adj.). In early use often "divine," since 19c. typically "above the powers or nature of man." Related: Superhumanly.

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Definitions of superhuman

superhuman (adj.)
above or beyond the human or demanding more than human power or endurance;
soldiers driven mad by superhuman misery
superhuman strength
superhuman beings
From wordnet.princeton.edu