fire-worship definition

  • noun:
    • The worship of fire, or regarding the god of fire, or associated with divine as typified by fire; in addition, the ceremonial cult of a public or a family group hearth, as practised, as an example, by all Aryan peoples, by all ancient greek language communities, because of the vestal virgins of Rome, and in each ancient greek language and Roman family members.
    • the worship of fire
    • The worship of fire, or associated with god of fire, or associated with the divine as typified by fire; additionally, the ceremonial cult of a public or a family group hearth, as practised, as an example, by all Aryan individuals, by all ancient greek language communities, by the vestal virgins of Rome, and in each ancient greek language and Roman family members.
    • the worship of fire
    • The worship of fire, or of the god of fire, or of the divine as typified by fire; in addition, the ceremonial cult of a public or a household hearth, as practised, for-instance, by all Aryan individuals, by all ancient greek language communities, by the vestal virgins of Rome, as well as in each ancient Greek and Roman household.
    • the worship of fire
    • The worship of fire, or of the god of fire, or of the divine as typified by fire; also, the ceremonial cult of a public or a family hearth, as practised, for instance, by all Aryan peoples, by all ancient Greek communities, by the vestal virgins of Rome, and in each ancient Greek and Roman family.
    • the worship of fire
    • The worship of fire, or for the god of fire, or associated with divine as typified by fire; additionally, the ceremonial cult of a public or a family group hearth, as practised, as an example, by all Aryan individuals, by all ancient Greek communities, by the vestal virgins of Rome, plus each ancient Greek and Roman family.
    • the worship of fire
    • The worship of fire, or of this god of fire, or for the divine as typified by fire; also, the ceremonial cult of a public or a family group hearth, as practised, by way of example, by all Aryan peoples, by all ancient Greek communities, because of the vestal virgins of Rome, and in each ancient Greek and Roman family members.
    • The worship of fire, or of the god of fire, or regarding the divine as typified by fire; also, the ceremonial cult of a public or a household hearth, as practised, for instance, by all Aryan peoples, by all ancient greek language communities, because of the vestal virgins of Rome, plus each ancient Greek and Roman household.
    • The worship of fire, or associated with the god of fire, or of this divine as typified by fire; in addition, the ceremonial cult of a public or a family group hearth, as practised, for example, by all Aryan individuals, by all ancient Greek communities, because of the vestal virgins of Rome, plus in each ancient Greek and Roman family members.
    • The worship of fire, or of this god of fire, or regarding the divine as typified by fire; also, the ceremonial cult of a public or a family group hearth, as practised, by way of example, by all Aryan peoples, by all ancient greek language communities, because of the vestal virgins of Rome, and in each ancient Greek and Roman family members.
    • the worship of fire
    • the worship of fire
    • the worship of fire
    • the worship of fire

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