Definition of Druidism in English:

Druidism

noun

  • See Druid

    • ‘Actually there was a body of popular superstitions and observances which came from a deeper and older source than Druidism, and was destined to long outlive it.’
    • ‘If Druidism winds up being the true faith I don't want to have to explain why I ever kicked a tree.’
    • ‘I think I mentioned Druidism, and that is basically what we are talking about here.’
    • ‘When thinking of Celtic religion, the first thing that comes to ones mind is generally Druidism, and maybe even Stonehenge.’
    • ‘As I have pointed out, such a philosophy - animism - is not dissimilar to the beliefs of Druidism, which is a set of religious beliefs from Western Europe and Britain around the time of the life of Christ.’

Pronunciation

Druidism

/ˈdruːɪdɪz(ə)m/