Definition of Snake god
1. Noun. A god of voodoo cults of African origin worshipped especially in West Indies.
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Literary usage of Snake god
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1. The native races of the Pacific states of North America by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1875)
"The third form of Quetzalcoatl, which also belongs to the south, is the snake; he is a snake-god, or, at least, merged into an ancient snake-god. ..."
2. ... The Native Races: Of the Pacific States by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1886)
"The third form of Quetzalcoatl, which also belongs to the south, is the snake; he is a snake-god, or at least, merged into an ancient snake-god. ..."
3. Primitive Traditional History: The Primitive History and Chronology of India by James Francis Katherinus Hewitt (1907)
"But this snake-god of the ritual of the pig-sacrificers was not the original parent-snake-god of Greece, the guardian god of the mother-tree ; he was the ..."
4. The Dragon, Image, and Demon: Or, The Three Religions of China by Hampden C. DuBose (1886)
"God of Snakes—The image of the snake-god has sometimes a man's head and a snake's body. If a snake is found on the premises the tenant immediately repairs ..."