paganism

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الإنجليزية - التركية
putperestlik
(isim) putperestlik
{i} dinsizlik
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) paganlık
paganizm
heathenism
barbarlık
heathenism
putperestlik
heathenism
{i} vahşilik
heathenism
{i} dinsizlik
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Local religions practiced before the introduction of Christianity

Recently converted societies often dealt harshly with signs of a return to paganism.

A class of religions often associated with nature rituals

While paganism is a broad term, most forms pay close attention to the lunar and solar cycles.

{n} heathenism
Nature-Based religion
the worship of idols or false gods, or the system of religious opinions and worship maintained by pagans; heathenism
any of various religions other than Christianity or Judaism or Islamism
Belief in religions other than Christianity, especially ancient Greek polytheism, which was a non-revealed religion
A term referring to non-revealed religions, i e , religions other than Christianity, Judaism, and Islam
{i} beliefs and practices of pagans, heathenism
Belief in religions other than Christianity, especially ancient Greek polytheism, which was a non-revealed religion Pall (Gr Omophorion) One of the bishop's vestments, made of a band of brocade worn about the neck and around the shoulders It signifies the Good Shepherd and the spiritual authority of a bishop Palm Sunday (Gr Kyri
The state of being pagan; pagan characteristics; esp
Paganism is pagan beliefs and activities. The country swayed precariously between Christianity and paganism
Any religion other than Christianity, Islam, or Judaism Generally categorized as an earth religion Most are polytheistic (have more than one god or goddess) Literally means "country dweller"
Neo-Paganism
Any of several movements that attempt to revive the polytheistic religions of Europe and the Middle East. Largely a product of the 1960s, contemporary Neo-Paganism has flourished particularly in the U.S., Britain, and Scandinavia. Its adherents often have deep ecological concerns and an attachment to nature; many worship an earth-mother goddess and center their rituals on the change of the seasons. Since the late 1970s, Neo-Paganism has also attracted feminists open to female personifications of the deity. Major Neo-Pagan groups include the Church of All Worlds, Feraferia, Pagan Way, the Reformed Druids of North America, the Church of the Eternal Source, and the Viking Brotherhood. See also Wicca
Neo-Paganism
{i} new paganism, any of the movements that arose in the United Kingdom and the United States in the late 20th century trying to revive the polytheistic religions
paganism

    الواصلة

    pa·ga·ni·sm

    التركية النطق

    peygınîzım

    النطق

    /ˈpāgəˌnəzəm/ /ˈpeɪɡəˌnɪzəm/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'pA-g&-"ni-z&m ] (noun.) 15th century. From Latin paganismus, "heathenism", from paganus, "peasant, rural, rustic". The term was used as an insult by the early Christians to belittle what remained of the native religions.

    كلمة اليوم

    hypercorrection
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