noun, plural cul·tus·es, cul·ti [kuhl-tahy] /ˈkʌl taɪ/.
Origin of cultus1
noun, plural cul·tus·es, (especially collectively) cul·tus.
Origin of cultus2
Related Words for cultusreligion, ritual, faith, tone, look, form, trend, pattern, thing, shape, mode, model, fad, ceremony, admiration, veneration, idolization, creed, liturgy, devotion
Examples from the Web for cultus
Historical Examples of cultus
In the cultus of Apollo, music formed a distinguishing feature.Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome
This spirit is the personification of the cultus, the power of meditation.The History of Antiquity, Volume IV (of 6)
I suppose he had secured his outfit as a ‘cultus potlatch’ from persons he had met.Blazing The Way
Emily Inez Denny
Nor is the Phallic cultus in any respect a cultus of the full-grown and branching tree.Ophiolatreia
So you're one of the party I'm to look after on this cultus corrie?Told In The Hills
Marah Ellis Ryan