pagan

A person who worships many gods.
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Pagan

• (n.) One who worships false gods; an idolater; a heathen; one who is neither a Christian, a Mohammedan, nor a Jew. • (n.) Of or pertaining to pagans; relating to the worship or the worshipers of false goods; heathen; idolatrous, as, pagan tribes or superstitions.
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Pagan

(from the article `Northern Mariana Islands`) ...km]), Tinian (39 square miles [101 square km]), and Rota (33 square miles [85 square km]) are the principal islands and, together with Anatahan, ...
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Pagan

Pa'gan (pā'g a n) noun [ Latin paganus a countryman, peasant, villager, a pagan, from paganus of or pertaining to the country, rustic, also, pagan, from pagus a district, canton, the country, perhaps orig., a district with fixed boundaries: confer pangere to fas...
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Pagan

Pa'gan adjective [ Latin paganus of or pertaining to the country, pagan. See Pagan , noun ] Of or pertaining to pagans; relating to the worship or the worshipers of false goods; heathen; idolatrous, as, pagan tribes or superstitions. « And all the rite...
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Pagan

Archaeological site in Myanmar, on the Irrawaddy River, with the ruins of the former capital (founded 847, taken by the Mongol leader Kublai Khan 1287). These include Buddhist pagodas, shrines, and...
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Pagan

Archaeological site in Myanmar, on the Irrawaddy River, with the ruins of the former capital (founded 847, taken by the Mongol leader Kublai Khan 1287). These include Buddhist pagodas, shrines, and temples with wall paintings of the great period of Burmese art (11th–13th centuries), during which...
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Pagan

king of Myanmar (1846–53), who suffered defeat in the Second Anglo-Burmese War, after which Yangôn (Rangoon), the province of Pegu, and other areas ... [1 related articles]
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Pagan

Pagan (pugän') , ruined city, Mandalay div., central Myanmar, on the Ayeyarwady River. Covering an area c.40 sq mi (100 sq km), it is one of the great archaeological treasures of Southeast Asia and a holy place of pilgrimage. Founded c.849, it became in the 11th cent. the seat of King Anawr...
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pagan

pagan 1. An offensive term that deliberately insults someone who does not acknowledge the God of the Bible, Torah, or Koran. 2. Someone who does not follow one of the world's main religions; especially, someone who is not a Christian, Muslim, or Jew; and whose religion is regarded as questionable. 3. A follower of an ancient polytheistic or panth...
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pagan

This is a term difficult to define in even such a superficial treatment as this. For the early Christians, a pagan was a believer in polytheistic religion. The word originally meant `country dweller.” The rural population was slower to adopt Christianity than the city dwellers, probably because their religion was closely bound to agricultural cyc...
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pagan

Usually, a member of one of the pre-Christian cultures of northern Europe, primarily Celtic or Norse, linked to the stone circles and to an agricultural calendar of which...
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pagan

Usually, a member of one of the pre-Christian cultures of northern Europe, primarily Celtic or Norse, linked to the stone circles and to an agricultural calendar of which the main festivals are the summer and winter solstices and Beltane, the spring festival. The term was and often still is used as a dismissive phrase, signifying ignorance or &...
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Pagan

village, central Myanmar (Burma), situated on the left bank of the Irrawaddy River and approximately 90 miles (145 km) southwest of Mandalay. The ... [4 related articles]
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Pagan

When captitalized, it is anebulous term including a number of modern religions influenced by older practices. All Wiccans are Pagans. When not capitalized, pagan simply means non-Christian or non-Judeo-Christian and is frequently (although not nearly always) at least mildly derogatory.
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