from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The worship of stones of particular shapes.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The worship of a stone or stones.
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- noun The
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The idol of Jeddah, in the days of Arab litholatry, was called
The gross fetichism of the Hindus, it is well known, introduced them to litholatry.
And in litholatry, in various parts of the globe, we have ideas which spring from like conceptions.
In these beliefs zoolatry, litholatry and all the other nature worships outlived the savagery that had created them.
-- The power of this Semitic litholatry equaled its persistence.
 This great oath suggests the litholatry of the Arabs, derived from the Abyssinian and Galla Sabaeans; it is regarded by the Eesa and Gudabirsi
[FN#330] The litholatry of the old Arabs is undisputed: Manát the goddess-idol was a large rude stone and when the Meccans sent out colonies these carried with them stones of the Holy Land to be set up and worshipped like the Ka'abah.
20 This great oath suggests the litholatry of the Arabs, derived from the Abyssinian and Galla