therianthropic

adjective the·ri·an·throp·ic \¦thirē¦an¦thräpik\

Definition of therianthropic

  1. 1 :  combining human and animal form therianthropic deity

  2. 2 :  relating to religions in which the deities worshiped are partly human and partly animal in form

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Origin and Etymology of therianthropic

Greek thērianthrōpos beast-man (from thēri- therio- + anthrōpos man, human being) + English -ic — more at anthrop-


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