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Translation of "pagan" - English-Turkish dictionary

pagan

adjective
 
 
/ˈpeɪɡən/
relating to religious beliefs that do not belong to any of the main religions of the world
putperest
a pagan festivalReligions and religious groupsChristian denominations
pagan noun [C] someone who has pagan religious beliefs
putperestlik
Followers of religious groupsBelievers and non-believersSupporters, members and defenders
Translations of “pagan”
in Vietnamese ngoại giáo…
in Spanish pagano…
in Thai เกี่ยวกับคนนอกศาสนา…
in Malaysian jahiliah, pagan…
in French païen…
in German heidnisch…
in Chinese (Traditional) 異教的, 異教的,非正統的…
in Indonesian menyembah berhala…
in Russian языческий…
in Chinese (Simplified) 异教派的, 异教的,非正统的…
in Polish pogański…
(Definition of pagan from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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