Generalised term for a person who follows a Nature-based religion.
"Want to go on the Pagan Pride march with me?"
by Zoecb October 21, 2004
Plural of Pagan. Members of a Pagan religion, not to be confused with the other definition.
The Pagans were out celebrating the full moon last night.
by Electromagnetic Spectrum January 22, 2008
Often used to refer to non-Christian religions, non-Abrahamic religions or religions outside the major world religions, the better common usage is to refer to any nature-based religion], or native European religion.

However, the proper usage refers to the earth-worshipping, largely matriarchal religions of pre-Christian eastern celtic Europe (applied to modern revivals of these religions such as the Cult of the Goddess, Wicca or Druidry, it is properly neopagan), and distinguishes these from the Northern and Easter European beliefs such as Asatru or Germanic Heathenism, which are properly heathen.
Ancient Druidry is a good example of a pagan faith
by Crabjesus March 19, 2007
A religion.
Boy: Aren't you a Christan?
Girl: No, I'm a Pagan.
by werewitch August 12, 2014
A Universal Term used for all earth based religions whether Polytheistic or Monotheistic, and sometimes includes philosophies such as Buddhism and Confucianism.

Sometimes it has also been used in reference to just being a Non-Abrahamic religion, or a religion that does not fall among the three mainstream religious views.
"That person is Pagan" - That person does not follow one of the three mainstream religions.
by Wolf_Queen January 09, 2014
uk derogatory slang for a police person or other person in authority
fuck all the jakes and pagans
by UKGRIMEOFFICIAL90 May 22, 2011
A pagan in slang is a person who betrays their friend or pretends to be their friend.
Oi, you know simon told everyone about the dare!
Oh my, he's so pagan!
by Spartacus49 March 07, 2012

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