noun zo·ol·a·try \zō-ˈä-lə-trē, zə-ˈwä-\

Definition of ZOOLATRY

:  animal worship

Origin of ZOOLATRY

New Latin zoolatria, from zo- + Late Latin -latria -latry
First Known Use: 1817

Rhymes with ZOOLATRY


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