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EtymologyEdit

From spirit +‎ -dom.

NounEdit

spiritdom (uncountable)

  1. The sphere, realm, or world of the spirit; spirituality; spirits collectively.
    • 1897, John Tyndall, Fragments of Science for Unscientific People:
      These were acknowledged to be as great marvels as any of those of spiritdom.
    • 1971, Charlotte Viall Wiser, William Henricks Wiser, Behind Mud Walls:
      Among these varied groups of farmers and menials, there are a chosen few set aside as ambassadors to spiritdom, or shamans, known as bhagats.
    • 2000, Ruth Abbey Lecturer in Philosophy University of Notre Dame, Nietzsche's Middle Period:
      Nietzsche's vacillation over the possibility of female admission to free spiritdom is captured in microcosm in "Women who master the masters."