Etymology
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bardolatry (n.)
"worship of Shakespeare" (the "Bard of Avon" since 1789), 1901, from bard + -latry "worship of," with connective -o-.
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pyrolatry (n.)
"fire-worship," 1660s, from pyro- + -latry "worship of." Related: Pyrolater.
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heliolatry (n.)
1817, from helio- "sun" + -latry "worship of." Related: Heliolater (1828).
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gynaecolatry (n.)
"worship of women," 1888; see gyneco- + -latry "worship of." Related: Gynaecolater; gynaecolatrous.
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-later 
word-forming element meaning "worshipper," from Greek -latres "worshipper of," related to latreia "worship" (see -latry).
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zoolatry (n.)
"worship of animals or an animal," 1817, from zoo- "animal" + -latry "worship of." Related: Zoolater; zoolatrous.
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plutolatry (n.)

"worship of wealth," 1875, from Greek ploutos "wealth" (see Pluto) + -latry "worship of." Related: Plutolater.

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gastrolator (n.)
"belly-worshipper; one whose god is his own belly," 1690s, from gastro- + Greek -latros "serving" (see -latry). Perhaps modeled on French gastrolatre. Related: Gastrolatrous.
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necrolatry (n.)

"worship of the dead or their spirits," 1826, from Latinized form of Ecclesiastical Greek nekrolatreia; see necro- "death" + -latry "worship of."

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bibliolatry (n.)
1763, "worship of books," from biblio- "book" + -latry "worship of." Meaning "worship of the Bible" is from 1847. Related: Bibliolatrist; bibliolatrous.
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