Top 10 similar words or synonyms for propitiated

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for propitiated

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Vinayakas The were a group of four troublesome demons who created obstacles and difficulties in Hindu mythology, but who were easily propitiated.
Agamemnon Finally, the prophet Calchas announced that the wrath of the goddess could only be propitiated by the sacrifice of Agamemnon's daughter Iphigenia.
Lottery Shrines of local folklore and popular religion, such as Nang Ta-Khian, are often propitiated in order to be lucky in the Thai lottery draw.
Carmo do Rio Claro The fertility of its lands propitiated the development of great farms, economic basis of the town, which in 1848 started to be part of Passos.
Maring Naga These devils or the evil spirits are not worshipped, but they were propitiated/appeased with sacrifices of animals called luk-khang or luk-thut or puluk-thut so that they don't harm or trouble human beings.
Lokapala These worldly protectors are invoked and propitiated to aid the monastery or Buddhist practitioner materially and to remove obstacles to practice. However, since they are considered to be Samsaric beings they are not worshiped or considered as objects of refuge.
Paean (god) In time, Paeon (more usually spelled Paean) became an epithet of Apollo, in his capacity as a god capable of bringing disease and therefore propitiated as a god of healing. Later, Paeon becomes an epithet of Asclepius, the healer-god.
Thetis Herodotus noted that the Persians sacrificed to "Thetis" at Cape Sepias. By the process of "interpretatio graeca", Herodotus identifies the deity of another culture as the familiar Hellenic "Thetis" a sea-goddess who was being propitiated by the Persians.
Crom Cruach Crom Cruach (Old Irish "Cromm Crúaich" /ˈkɾˠɔmˠ ˈkɾˠuəç/) was a god of pre-Christian Ireland. According to Christian writers, he was propitiated with human sacrifice and his worship was ended by Saint Patrick.
Medea Other, non-literary traditions guided the vase-painters, and a localized, chthonic presence of Medea was propitiated with unrecorded emotional overtones at Corinth, at the sanctuary devoted to her slain children, or locally venerated elsewhere as a foundress of cities.