Definition of neopagan in US English:

neopagan

noun

  • A member of a modern religious movement that seeks to incorporate beliefs or ritual practices from traditions outside the main world religions, especially those of pre-Christian Europe and North America.

    ‘religious neopagans are not too far distant from a conventional religion’

adjective

  • Relating to a modern religious movement that seeks to incorporate beliefs or ritual practices from traditions outside main world religions, especially those of pre-Christian Europe and North America.

    ‘the American neopagan community’
    ‘neopagan nature worship’

Pronunciation

neopagan

/ˌnēōˈpāɡ(ə)n//ˌnioʊˈpeɪɡ(ə)n/