Definition of Cultuses

1. cultus [n] - See also: cultus



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cultuses

culture war
culture wars
cultured
cultureless
culturelike
culturemaker
culturemakers
cultures
culturgen
culturgens
culturing
culturist
culturists
culturohistorical
cultus
cultuses (current term)
culty
culver
culverin
culverins
culverkey
culverkeys
culvers
culvert
culverts
cum-dump
cum-dumps
cum-dumpster
cum-dumpsters

Literary usage of Cultuses

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Y Cymmrodor by Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion (London, England) (1890)
"... great mythologies of Europe, we are not prevented from considering that deities of other cultuses may be honoured by the introduction of these signs. ..."

2. The Religions of India by Auguste Barth (1891)
"... as well as with the facts that not even in our time, any more than that of the old Smritis, have these cultuses fallen entirely into the hands of the ..."

3. Y Cymmrodor by Cymmrodorion Society (1890)
"... great mythologies of Europe, we are not prevented from considering that deities of other cultuses may be honoured by the introduction of these signs. ..."

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