Alternative forms edit
Shintoist (plural Shintoists)
- An adherent of Shinto.
- 1900, Edward Westermarck, “Remarks on the Predicates of Moral Judgments”, in Mind, volume 9, page 187:
- […] ; and the modern Shintoist concludes that the primæval Japanese were pure and holy from the fact that they are represented as a people who had no moral commandments.
Coordinate terms edit
- (religionists) religionist; agnostic, Asatruar, atheist, Baháʼí, Buddhist, Christian, deist, Druid, Druze, Eckist, heathen, Hindu, Jain, Jedi, Jew, Mormon, Mormonist, Muslim, Odinist, pagan, Pastafarian, Raëlian, Rastafarian, Rodnover, Samaritan, Shintoist, Sikh, Taoist, Unitarian Universalist, Wiccan, Yahwist, Yazidi, Zoroastrian (Category: en:Religion) 
an adherent of Shinto
- Pertaining to Shinto.
- Synonym: Shintoistic
- 1901, Osman Edwards, Japanese Plays and Playfellows, page 245:
- From all accounts he was a hard-working idealist, who spared no pains to make converts, but his ascetic views must seem violently out of harmony with the Shintoist easy-going faith, which has for moral code the single maxim, "Follow your impulses and obey the Emperor."