Definition of Animist. Meaning of Animist. Synonyms of Animist

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Definition of Animist

Animist
Animist An"i*mist, n. [Cf. F. animiste.] One who maintains the doctrine of animism.

Meaning of Animist from wikipedia

- mythology. Some members of the non-tribal world also consider themselves animists (such as author Daniel Quinn, sculptor Lawson Oyekan, and many contemporary...
- surrealism, fantastic literature, science fiction and its African version, the animist realism. Realism is an attempt to create a depiction of actual life; a...
- 𑜇𑜣) is a form of animist religious beliefs traditionally and historically practiced by groups of ethnic Tai peoples. Tai folk animist traditions are practiced...
- Humabon. Historians also suggest that the Cebuanos were predominantly animist at the time of the arrival of the Spanish. Another school of thought posits...
- Spain, the island was once home to indigenous animist Warays to the east and other indigenous animist Visayan groups to the west. Leyte today is notable...
- is found in north-western Ghana. The Senufo people are predominantly animists, with some who are Muslims. They are regionally famous for their handicrafts...
- religions from other religions, 1891 (forest tribe), 1901 (animist), 1911 (tribal animist), 1921 (hill and forest tribe), 1931 (primitive tribe), 1941...
- are categorised as part of the Austronesian languages. The Dayak were animist in belief; however, since the 19th century there has been m**** conversion...
- appears that most ordinary citizens continued to maintain their traditional animist beliefs instead of or alongside the new religion. The empire began declining...
- Eritrea. The society is divided into four subtribes, who are traditionally animist. They are mostly subsistence farmers. According to the Eritrean government...
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