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American English: /ˈpeɪɡən/
British English: /ˈpeɪɡ(ə)n/

Translation of pagan in Spanish:


  • pagano, (-na) (masculine, feminine)
    Example sentences
    • It is a common belief that witches and pagans are devil worshipers, but they are not.
    • Whether the spouses are Hindus or Muslims, Christians or Parsis, pagans or heathens, is wholly irrelevant in the application of these provisions.
    • There was a strong opposition against the commemorating of the birthday by the early Christian scholars like Origin, on the ground that it is originally a custom of pagans and idolaters.
    Example sentences
    • Wiccans consider themselves witches, pagans or neo-pagans, and say their religion is based on respect for the earth, nature and the cycle of the seasons.
    • As an adult, I learned that there were modern Pagans.
    • What can we learn from this and apply to our lives as modern Pagans?


  • Example sentences
    • They sent up a fragrance of sweet oil and illuminated the soft wall-paintings of pagan heroes and gods.
    • After all, there were Anglo-Saxon pagan gods to sing about as well.
    • Before Ukraine adopted Christianity in 988, the inhabitants believed in pagan gods who ruled over the sun, stars, and moon.
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