Definition of Forest god
1. Noun. One of a class of woodland deities; attendant on Bacchus; identified with Roman fauns.
Specialized synonyms: Silenus
Generic synonyms: Greek Deity
Derivative terms: Satyric, Satyrical
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Forest God
Literary usage of Forest god
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1. Primitive Culture: Researches Into the Development of Mythology, Philosophy by Sir Edward Burnett Tylor (1891)
"... and had shown himself brave and fierce in war; his brethren had yielded before the tremendous onset of the Storm-god and his progeny; the Forest-god and ..."
2. The Myths of Plato by Plato (1905)
"... turns in wrath upon the Forest-god, overwhelms his canoes with the surges of the sea, sweeps with floods his trees and houses into the boundless ocean. ..."
3. Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan by Asiatic Society of Japan (1881)
"... where the timber was to be cut, and after rites had been performed to propitiate the forest god, the virgins took the sacred axe and made the first cut. ..."
4. Myth, Ritual and Religion by Andrew Lang (1887)
"The wind-god followed his father, abode with him in the open spaces of the sky, and thence makes war on the trees of the forest-god, his enemy. ..."
5. The Inward Light by Harold Fielding (1908)
"Because the forest god forbids it. There are such places everywhere. ... if the forest god had never made such sanctuaries the game would disappear. ..."