The word anthropomorphism is a noun. The plural is anthropomorphisms.
Anthropomorphism is the giving of human-like qualities to non-human things.
Anthropomorphism - 2011 is rated/received certificates of: USA:GP
The term for assigning human attributes is anthropomorphism. Examples are fables and animal cartoons.
Not all English words have an exact rhyme, and this is one of them: nothing rhymes with this "anthropomorphism."
"Some people show a great interest in drwaing and wirting about animals that exibit anthropomorphism.""Many Egyptian gods had traits of animals, but still had anthropomorphism.""Humans are one of a few animals that have natural anthropomorphism."Does those help?
The opposite of anthropomorphism is attributing nonhuman characteristics to humans. William Stafford, in an unpublished poem called "Possibility," practices the opposite of anthropomorphism in these phrases: "my gull thoughts" and "your ocean surge."
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Anthropomorphism - 2011 was released on: USA: August 2011 (Asian American Film Festival)