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Gender: M Meaning of Pagan: "from the country, countryman" Origin of Pagan: English

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Writer Anne Tyler gave this apt name to the hippie child in her novel Amateur Marriage, but she wasn't the first -- it was also used by the Puritans. Today it would be quite a loaded choice.

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Sir Pagan d'Urberville, founder of the d'Urberville and Durbeyfield families, of which the eponymous Tess Durbeyfield is a member, in "Tess of the d'Urbervilles" (1891) by Thomas Hardy
Pagan fell out of favor when it became a term used for an irreligious person or someone who believed in more than one god.
Pagan, northernmost island of the Marianas Islands, pr. pah' guhn