Other definitions for cultus (2 of 2)
- Also called cultus cod .
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How to use cultus in a sentence
The hike has a significant 1,500-foot elevation gain, but you can tack on a few extra miles by continuing on the PCT at either Deer Lake or cultus Creek Trail 108 to make a loop.
Furthermore, with the death of Albert Pike the cultus of Lucifer is said to have undergone a significant transfiguration.Devil-Worship in France | Arthur Edward Waite
Finally, no religious cultus of any kind is performed at its meetings, and no woman has ever passed its threshold.Devil-Worship in France | Arthur Edward Waite
In the religious cultus an earlier degree of culture comes to light a remnant of former times.We Philologists, Volume 8 (of 18) | Friedrich Nietzsche
It does not help us much to fall back on the Latin word, cultus, for we understand that the meaning is the same.Our Lady Saint Mary | J. G. H. Barry
As M. Comte's religion has a cultus, so also it has a clergy, who are the pivot of his entire social and political system.August Comte and Positivism | John-Stuart Mill
British Dictionary definitions for cultus
mainly RC Church another word for cult (def. 1)
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