religiosity

religiosity
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  • Religiosity — Religiosity, in its broadest sense, is a comprehensive sociological term used to refer to the numerous aspects of religious activity, dedication, and belief (religious doctrine). Another term that would work equally well, though is less often… …   Wikipedia

  • Religiosity — Re*lig i*os i*ty ( l?j ? ?s ? t?), n. [L. religiositas: cf. F. religiosit?.] The quality of being religious; religious feeling or sentiment; religiousness. [R.] M. Arnold. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • religiosity — (n.) late 14c., from L.L. religiositas, from religiosus (see RELIGIOUS (Cf. religious)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • religiosity — [ri lij΄ē äs′ə tē] n. [ME religiosite < LL(Ec) religiositas] the quality of being religious, esp. of being excessively, ostentatiously, or mawkishly religious religiose [ri lij΄ēōs΄] adj …   English World dictionary

  • religiosity — [[t]rɪlɪ̱ʤiɒ̱sɪti[/t]] N UNCOUNT: usu with supp If you refer to a person s religiosity, you are referring to the fact that they are religious in a way which seems exaggerated and insincere. [FORMAL] ...their skin deep religiosity which denounced… …   English dictionary

  • religiosity — In The Religious Factor (1961), Gerhard Lenski analyses variations in orientations to economic and political issues, highlighting the differences between Jews, Protestants, and Catholics, partly in terms of an influential typology of the… …   Dictionary of sociology

  • religiosity — religiose ► ADJECTIVE ▪ excessively religious. DERIVATIVES religiosity noun …   English terms dictionary

  • Religiosity and intelligence — The topic of religiosity and intelligence pertains to relationships between intelligence and religiosity, the extent to which someone is religious. Multiple studies have been undertaken to examine these relationships, with differing and… …   Wikipedia

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  • religiosity — /ri lij ee os i tee/, n. 1. the quality of being religious; piety; devoutness. 2. affected or excessive devotion to religion. [1350 1400; ME religiosite < L religiositas, equiv. to religios(us) RELIGIOUS + itas ITY] * * * …   Universalium

  • religiosity — noun The quality of being religious or pious, especially when zealous or exaggerated. Syn: devoutness, pietism, religiousism, religiousness, sanctimoniousness …   Wiktionary

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