Heliolater
Heliolater He`li*ol"a*ter, n. [Helio- + Gr. ? servant, worshiper.] A worshiper of the sun. [1913 Webster]

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  • heliolater — A sun worshipper …   Grandiloquent dictionary

  • heliolater —   n. sun worshipper.    ♦ heliolatrous, a.    ♦ heliolatry, n …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • heliolatry — heliolater, n. heliolatrous, adj. /hee lee ol euh tree/, n. worship of the sun. [1820 30; HELIO + LATRY] * * * …   Universalium

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  • pagan — n 1. heathen, unbeliever, nonbeliever, infidel, Archaic. paynim, Islam. kafir, Turkish. giaour, gentile; idolater, idolizer, idolatrizer, sun worshiper, heliolater, star worshiper, fetishist, zoolater, animal worshiper, fire worshiper, devil… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • heliolatry — /hiliˈɒlətri/ (say heelee oluhtree) noun worship of the sun. {helio + latry} –heliolater, noun –heliolatrous, adjective …   Australian English dictionary

  • heliolatry — [hē΄lē äl′ə trē] n. [ HELIO + LATRY] sun worship heliolater n …   English World dictionary

  • heliolatry — noun the worship of the sun • Syn: ↑sun worship • Hypernyms: ↑worship * * * ˌhēlēˈälə.trē noun ( es) Etymology: heli (I) + latry …   Useful english dictionary

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