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definition of the word pagan

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From Latin paganus (peasant, rural, rustic), later "civilian". The meaning "non-Christian" arose in Vulgar Latin, probably from the 4th century.[1] It is unclear whether this usage is derived primarily from the "rustic" or from the "civilian" meaning. English usage from the 15th century. As a self-designation of neopagans attested since 1990.

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  1. Relating to, characteristic of or adhering to religions other than Christianity.
    Many societies kept their pagan deities in the form of saints.
  2. (by extension) Immoral, uncivilized, savage.
  3. Pantheistic or nature-worshipping, neopagan.

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