Definition of Fetiche
1. fetish [n -S] - See also: fetish
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Literary usage of Fetiche
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Youth's Companion, Or, An Historical Dictionary: Consisting of Articles by Ezra Sampson (1816)
"... fetiche, a remarkable kind of snake, which is made an object of religious worship, in Whydah, a kingdom of Africa. This snake has a large, round, ..."
2. Remarks on the Country Extending from Cape Palmas to the River Congo by John Adams (1823)
"... his fetiche—The devil's visits to Lagos: its policy— Hippopotami—Alligators: a large one killed by a watering party—Medium of ..."
3. Narrative of Voyages to Explore the Shores of Africa, Arabia, and Madagascar by W. F. W. Owen (1833)
"Arrival at Cape Lopez.—Visit to King Passol.—The Royal Residence.— Ingenious Construction.—A naturalized English Boy.—A fetiche dance.—The fetiche. ..."
4. Narrative of a Voyage of Discovery to Africa and Arabia: Performed in His by Thomas Boteler (1835)
"fetiche Dance.—River Gaboon—Tradesmen.—Tom Qua Ben and Case Glass. ... fetiche House.—Narrow Escape of the Prince of Parrot Island. —Huts.—Trade. ..."
5. Mahometanism Unveiled: An Inquiry in which that Arch-heresy, Its Diffusion by Charles Forster (1829)
"And may not Mohammedans, also, the Screens scattered through the tribes of the fetiche worshipers, become, under a higher character, when they shall have ..."