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(isim) putperest
(sıfat) putperest
kâfir veya münkir kimse
i., s
putperestlikle ilgili
{i} putperest

Kuzey Almanya'da, Güney Almanya'dan daha fazla putperest vardır. - There are more pagans in Northern Germany than in Southern Germany.

Birçok Hristiyan ritüelinin putperest kökenleri vardır. - Many Christian rituals have pagan origins.

pagan religion
putperest inanışı
pagan poetry
pagan şiiri
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A male given name
relating to, characteristic of or adhering to non-Biblical religions, especially earlier polytheism

Many converted societies transformed their pagan deities into saints.

A person not adhering to any major or recognized religion, especially a heathen or non-Christian (often derogatory), follower of a pantheistic or nature-worshipping religion, neopagan

This community has a surprising number of pagans.

An uncivilized or unsocialized person
savage, immoral, uncivilized, wild
Especially an unruly, badly educated child
a worshiper of false gods
a practitioner of an Earth Religion; from the Latin 'paganus', meaning 'country dweller'
According to Webster's if you are a pagan, you are a non-Christian, non-Moslem, non-Jew - heathen If you were to look up the word heathen in the dictionary you would discover that you are an uncivilized, unenlightened or irreligious person (Which is exactly what my mother considers me to be, only in not so many words!)
{n} a heathen
{a} heathenish, savage, wild
a kind of shamanic believe
An umbrella term to describe most earth based religions, with worship of God and Goddess as equals an intrinsic part
From the Latin "Paganus" meaning country dweller Country folk were the last people to be converted to Christianity
a person who does not acknowledge your God
One who worships false gods; an idolater; a heathen; one who is neither a Christian, a Mohammedan, nor a Jew
A person not adhering to any major or recognized religion, especially a heathen or non-Christian (often derogatory)
In former times, pagans were people who did not believe in Christianity and who many Christians considered to be inferior people. The new religion was eager to convert the pagan world. Christian. pagan religious beliefs and customs do not belong to any of the main religions of the world, and may come from a time before these religions. Village, central Myanmar (Burma). Extending along the left bank of the Irrawaddy River, southwest of Mandalay, it was founded AD 849 and was the capital of a powerful dynasty from the 11th to the 13th century. It was conquered by the Mongols in 1287. As a centre of Buddhist learning, it is a pilgrimage destination and contains Buddhist shrines that have been restored and redecorated and are in current use. Ruins of other shrines and pagodas cover a wide area. An earthquake in 1975 severely damaged more than half of the important structures and irreparably destroyed many of them. The village also has a school for lacquerware, for which the region is noted. Traditional designation of a practitioner of classical polytheisms. The early Christians often used the term to refer to non-Christians who worshiped multiple deities. Christian missionaries frequently sought to stamp out pagan practices by building churches on the sites of pagan shrines or by associating Christian holidays with pagan rituals (e.g., linking Christmas with the celebration of the winter solstice). The term pagan was also used to refer to non-Christian philosophers, and in the 20th century it was used to identify members of certain new religious movements. See Neo-paganism
An uncivilized or unsocialized person, especially of children
1 A follower of paganism 2 Something related to paganism (For example a pagan book, pagan artwork, etc )
Of or pertaining to pagans; relating to the worship or the worshipers of false goods; heathen; idolatrous, as, pagan tribes or superstitions
Immoral, uncivilized, savage
One who is not a Christian, Muslim, or Jew
Relating to, characteristic of or adhering to religions other than Christianity
A follower of a pantheistic or nature-worshipping religion, a neopagan
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{s} heathen; of or pertaining to pagans or paganism; hedonistic
Pagan beliefs and activities do not belong to any of the main religions of the world and take nature and a belief in many gods as a basis. They are older, or are believed to be older, than other religions
A person who is not a member of a widely held religion
pay-gan; There is much debate as to the proper definition of this word My definition is "a Nature-oriented religion" Pagan is derived from the latin "pagani", meaning country When Christianity gained popularity by converting people in the cities, those still in the country who still held their Nature-oriented beliefs were called "pagans" Unfortunately, over time these pagans who had once had respect in the community were now considered "evil" and were forced to take their beliefs underground where they have survived to this day
not acknowledging the God of Christianity and Judaism and Islam
{i} heathen; one who is not a follower of one of the three main religions (i.e. Christianity, Islam, Judaism); believer in polytheism
A pagan is someone who practices a religion other than Christianity, Judaism or Islam, especially the polytheistic religions of the ancient Romans and Greeks Paganism also refers to a group of practices originating from pre-Christian Europe, which include the worship of nature, polytheism and the female deity (The Goddess)
Pantheistic or nature-worshipping, neopagan
a practitioner of an Earth Religion; from the Latin paganus, a country dweller
A person who follows non christian or other socially established faiths They are usually of an earth based faith or religion This includes family's taught practices that might including witch craft, psychic gifts and the like
This word has many unrelated meanings Some definitions are: Wiccans and other Neopagans sometimes use Pagan as a synonym for Neopagan
A religion which isn't Christian, Jewish or Muslim based Nature worshipping religion
pagan goddess
female god that was worshipped by pagans in ancient times
pagan ritual
religious ceremony performed by a religion that believes in more than one god
Of or relating to neo-paganism, a modern form of paganism

The neopagan impulse of the classical revival.

An adherent of neo-paganism, a modern pagan

The very persons who would most writhe and wail at their surroundings if transported back into early Greece, would, I think, be the neo-pagans and Hellas worshipers of today.

{s} of or pertaining to Neo-Paganism
plural of pagan
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(a) pagan