What is another word for pantheons?

Pronunciation: [pˈanθɪənz] (IPA)

Pantheon is derived from the Greek word "pantheion" which means "all the gods." It is a term commonly used to refer to a group of gods, deities or saints worshipped collectively by a particular religion or culture. Synonyms for pantheons include a "pantheon group", a "pantheon of gods", a "godhead", a "heavenly host" or a "divine assembly." These synonyms convey the sense of a collective group of powerful entities worshipped by a certain group or culture. Whatever term is used, the implication is that these entities hold immense power and are revered by those who worship them, which makes pantheons a significant part of human history and culture.

What are the hypernyms for Pantheons?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Pantheons

Beside them, however, were installed the representatives of all the Asiatic pantheons, and these received the most fervent adoration from the masses.
"The Oriental Religions in Roman Paganism"
Franz Cumont
The marble flounces, these, of your cemeteries, your pantheons and Westminster Abbeys.
"The Book of Khalid"
Ameen Rihani
Yet the rich prefer their own pantheons, sculptured like little chapels, or their own vaults, over which rise tall marbles of every device, the shaft, the pyramid, the broken column; while a poor family, or two or three neighboring households, often make shift to pay for one large earth grave, in which their dead may at least find themselves among kith and kin.
"Spanish Highways and Byways"
Katharine Lee Bates

Famous quotes with Pantheons

  • By accepting the idea of endless pantheons of gods, I somehow accept these creatures as being distinct and separate from me, and not as being, to some degree, higher functions of me. Iain Sinclair was asking me about this: he asked me ‘do you think they are inside you, or outside you?’ The only answer I could come up with was, the more I think about it the inside is the outside. That the objective world and the non-objective world are the same thing, to some degree. Ideaspace and this space are the same space. Just different ends of the scale. That’s not a very good explanation, but the best I can come up with so far.
    Alan Moore

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