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Noun pagan has 1 sense
  1. heathen, pagan, gentile, infidel - a person who does not acknowledge your God
    --1 is a kind of nonreligious person
    --1 has particulars: paynim; idolater, idolizer, idoliser, idol worshiper
    Derived form: verb paganize1

Definitions from the Web

(h1) Pagans

(p) Pagans refer to individuals who follow a religious or spiritual belief system that is outside the mainstream and often characterized by polytheism, nature worship, or reverence for ancestral deities.

(h2) Noun:



Sense 1:

In a general context, pagans are people who practice pagan religions.

- Example sentence: Many pagans celebrate the summer solstice with rituals and festivities.


Sense 2:

Historically, the term "pagan" was used to refer to non-Christians or those who were not followers of the Abrahamic religions.

- Example sentence: During the Middle Ages, pagans were often persecuted and seen as a threat to the Christian Church.

(h2) Adjective:



Sense 1:

When used as an adjective, "pagan" describes something related to or characteristic of pagan religions.

- Example sentence: The museum showcased a collection of pagan artifacts from ancient civilizations.

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(p) You can find books, religious artifacts, and other items related to paganism on Amazon:

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