- The belief in the existence of individual spirits that inhabit natural objects and phenomena.
- The belief in the existence of spiritual beings that are separable or separate from bodies.
- The hypothesis holding that an immaterial force animates the universe.
- One who practices euthanasia (which is the practice of killing a person or animal in a painless or minimally painful way, for merciful reasons, usually to end their suffering).
- Characterized by ludicrous or incongruous distortion, as of appearance or manner.
- Outlandish or bizarre, as in character or appearance.
- Of, relating to, or being the grotesque style in art or a work executed in this style.
- One that is grotesque.
- A style of painting, sculpture, and ornamentation in which natural forms and monstrous figures are intertwined in bizarre or fanciful combinations.
- A work of art executed in this style.
- A Biblical word meaning "giants" or "mighty men."
- A wooden framework on a post, with holes for the head and hands, in which offenders were formerly locked to be exposed to public scorn as punishment.
- The pope; the head of the Roman Catholic Church.
- A bishop; a high-ranking religious leader.
- An annually elected magistrate of the ancient Roman Republic, ranking below but having approximately the same functions as a consul.
- Consisting of or relating to blood.
- In Slavic folklore, a water spirit or water nymph. They are the souls of young women or girls who died an unnatural or violent death.
Sources: dictionary.com; pantheon.org