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anthropomorphism (n.)

1753, "the ascription of human qualities to a deity," from anthropomorphous + -ism. Of other non-human things, from 1858. Related: Anthropomorphist (1610s).

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Definitions of anthropomorphism

anthropomorphism (n.)
the representation of objects (especially a god) as having human form or traits;
Synonyms: theanthropism
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