Meaning of paganish in English:


Pronunciation /ˈpeɪɡ(ə)nɪʃ/


See pagan

‘He takes our daughters to church every Sunday, and takes them to the Sunday school there, and they occasionally see me doing paganish things during the week (such as when I light incense on my altar or put a food offering in the bowl).’
  • ‘The Puritans banned Christmas Eve and the day as too paganish because they were celebrated until the era of the Victorian Christmas tree (c. 1850) as wild party occasions.’
  • ‘Next, I tried to be paganish, figuring that I never fit in with any other religion, so maybe this one would work.’