Definition of Animist. Meaning of Animist. Synonyms of Animist

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;...
- architecture, and the Hunza and Chitral valleys, home to the small pre-Islamic animist Kalasha community claiming descent from Alexander the Great. ****stan's...
- million people reported having no religion.Before European settlement, the animist beliefs of Australia's indigenous people had been practised for many thousands...
- argumentation, the Tasaday, they have been variously termed hill tribes, pagans, animists, etc., as opposed to the indigenous Muslim peoples or the Christian settlers...
- voyage as a translator. Most Southeast Asian people were originally animist, engaged in ancestors, nature, and spirits worship. These belief systems...
- spirits") is a Thai and Lao term describing ethnic Tai folk beliefs. Tai folk animist traditions are practiced by the Lao, Tai Ahom, Lao Isan and Thais of Thailand...
- Barry, Ellen (9 November 2008). "Some Estonians return to pre-Christian animist traditions". The New York Times. Retrieved 2 May 2010.  "Statistical...
- the remaining 5 percent of Malians adhere to indigenous or traditional animist beliefs. Atheism and agnosticism are believed to be rare among Malians...
- new religion took on a highly syncretistic character, frequently mixing animist and Hindu-Buddhist beliefs and practices with Islam.A more orthodox version...
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