Animism (noun)

The belief that non-human entities, such as animals, plants, and inanimate objects possess a spiritual essence.

Origin:

From the latin anima meaning "breath, soul" and the latin suffix -ismus meaning "the practice of".

Examples:

  1. Animism is an ancient belief that is still practiced in some cultures today.
  2. The animism belief holds that everything in the world has a spirit.
  3. Animism is often associated with traditional societies and religions.
  4. The idea of animism is that the natural world is full of spiritual beings.
  5. Some people believe that animism is a way to connect with nature and its spiritual energy.
Some random words: supernatural, bast, emblazon