Definitions

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  • proper n. A male given name.

Etymologies

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From Latin pāgānus ("rustic, rural")

Examples

  • The video does a great job of showing how Christianity has evolved into a pagan like worship by incorporating Pagan rituals and beliefs The Pagan Moon God myth about Allah has been refuted: 1.www. answering-christianity.com 2.etori. tripod.com 3.

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  • Humans have gone from pagan to Jewish to Christian to Jewish to Pagan rituals back and forth for thousands of years.

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  • (especially a pagan idol such as a cross) So a christian did not leave the Pagan symbol.

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  • Pagan, I find much of what he describes as a Pagan worldview to more accurately reflect the stance of his conservative Gardnerian Wicca, which he correctly sees as very close to the traditional teachings of the prominent religions which have been dominant in most pre-Enlightenment societies.

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  • New York OF Angel Pagan is slated to have season-ending surgery Tuesday on his left (non-throwing) shoulder. ...

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  • There, he found the bodies of his 6-year-old son Daniel Agosto; 5-year-old Jesstin Pagan and 11-year-old Anibal Cruz.

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  • He explained this to a Burmese architect who was in Pagan to supervise the building of a luxury hotel: "I used to think you Asians knew where it was at ... and now I been all over Asia and, like, now I can see you're all f----- in the head."

    Burma

  • Hence the Italian Renaissance is commonly called Pagan, and hence when young English nobles began to travel to Italy to drink at the fountain head of the new inspiration moralists at home protested with much reason against the ideas and habits which many of them brought back with their new clothes and flaunted as evidences of intellectual emancipation.

    A History of English Literature

  • They are probably of very ancient origin – "Pagan, I regret to say," as Mr. Pecksniff observed in reference to the sirens – and go back to "the heathen custom of going about on the Kalends of January in disguises, as wild beasts and cattle, the sexes changing apparel."

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  • "What you call Pagan is to me proof of an eternal truth handed down by tradition and divine revelation," he said at length.

    Esther

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