cultic
adjective see cult

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • cultic — CÚLTIC, Ă, cultici, ce, adj. (Rar) De cult1. – Cult1 + suf. ic. Trimis de IoanSoleriu, 31.07.2004. Sursa: DEX 98  cúltic adj. m., pl. cúltici; f. sg. cúltică, pl …   Dicționar Român

  • cultic — ˈkəltik adjective : of or relating to a cult a temple that became the cultic center of the entire province …   Useful english dictionary

  • cultic — See cult. * * * …   Universalium

  • cultic — adjective Pertaining to a cult or the methods of cults; of or related to organized religion and public worship …   Wiktionary

  • cultic — adj. of or pertaining to a cult or cults …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cultic — cul·tic …   English syllables

  • Cultic Studies Review — Infobox Journal discipline = psychology, religion abbreviation = CSR publisher = International Cultic Studies Association country = USA frequency = tri annual history = 2002 openaccess = Abstracts available on site, as well as many full text… …   Wikipedia

  • cultic interpretation — The religious history of Israel would be nothing without the cult: worship, sacrifice, ritual. Before the first king was anointed by Samuel, there existed a cult round the Ark [[➝ ark]] of the Covenant which provided a unifying basis for the… …   Dictionary of the Bible

  • International Cultic Studies Association — Infobox Company company name = International Cultic Studies Association company vector company type = Professional body genre = cults, religion, psychology foundation = 1979, as American Family Foundation, renamed 2004 founder = Kay Barney… …   Wikipedia

  • International Journal of Cultic Studies —   Former name(s) Cultic Studies Review, Cultic Studies Journal Discipline psychology …   Wikipedia

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