- Antonyms of PAGAN:
- religious, christian, Jew, Muslim.
- Misspellings for PAGAN:
- bigan, pargon, pageing, papcorn, ruacana, piegeon, parkin, pakage, agaian, agean, wigan, pacage, pagent, takana, agian, bagain, agaon, pergnacy, pagage, agaun, pegwin, hgan, vagana, fagen, pagain, packegin, pidgen, parmigano, haagen, agan, pegan, pathegon, aegan, parmagian, agauin, ocaean, cajan, poigant, pumken, pigion, urgan, agiain, peguin, argan, agaihn, pagen, pagens, paain, agany, pegnat, magen, pugin, plkan, parmigania, pidgon, jargan, iagain, parga, kagen, aghan, vacan, aagain, bargan, peagant, sioghan, agawn, kagan, aghain, parvana, pagean, passgener, piegion, pungen, kaukauna, magan, agaoin, piegon, parmigian, bagen, bacan, raegan, paikn, partan, aggain, patian, peigon, paijn, parkand, pygmaion, paina, agayn, parguay, pagant, bagun, vagania, padgent, panna, pigin, pegion, wagan, agaain, panac, pargragh, pgae, pigoen, porcalain, youagain, siagon, bagan, pigon, pathian, penagon, pagae, pakitan, agaiin, pagaent, pagons, pargrah, paibn, agane, pegans, pergancy, vagyna, pusan, pakeha, agaiun, pattarn, pragon, gegan, packin, peacan, jpaan, pacman, japain, petagon, hagin, ahgain, parklane, pghone, takan, maganer, pejean, capagin, peagan, beagan, pakitani, paran, kapugen, negan, vagon, paegent, pigen, pagea, agaion, pjhone, pagin, agun, upagain, jappan, paga, napkain, paiano, keagan, pawan, peacon, hegan, puaman, patcairn, parmigana, pergant, again1, pacquin, aghany, aguan, tegan, laguna, lagan, loagan, parghgrah, pageans, pagragh, pargargh, parktun, penacne, piagent, pidgone, pythgon, ragan, wagaon.
- Examples of usage:
" The Blind Madonna of the Pagan- Chance" always had her hand upon his shoulder.
"The Voice in the Fog",Harold MacGrath.
To what was due this change in the content of the pagan ideal, so great that the phraseology in which the ideal is described puts us in mind of Christian doctrine itself?
"The Oriental Religions in Roman Paganism",Franz Cumont.
The pagan creed, now become obsolete and ridiculous, has occasioned this treatise to be rarely consulted; it remains, however, as a chapter in the history of man!
"Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 3 (of 3)",Isaac Disraeli.
- " The Blind Madonna of the Pagan- Chance" always had her hand upon his shoulder.