Cultus

Definition of Cultus

Cul´tus   Pronunciation: k?l´t?s
n. sing. &1.Established or accepted religious rites or usages of worship; state of religious development. Cf. Cult, 2.
a.1.Bad, worthless; no good.
"A bad horse, cultus [no good] !" he said, beating it with his whip.
- F. H. Balch.

Related Words

cult, faith, hoodooism, macumba, obeah, obi, Rastafarianism, religion, religious belief, religious cult, vodoun, voodoo, voodooism
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