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  • n. the worship of fire

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  • n. The worship of fire.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The worship of fire; fire-worship.

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  • n. the worship of fire


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pyro- +‎ -latry


  • Thirteen-year-old Rose Tracy outlasted 65 other fifth - through eighth-graders during 20 rounds on Saturday and took the title by correctly spelling "pyrolatry," which means the worship of fire. - Local News

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  • We are informed that "all nations have at one time or another passed through violent stages of pyrolatry, a word which reminds us that fire and phallic cult flourished around the pyramids ....

    The God-Idea of the Ancients


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