07159791-n 'a verbal formula believed to have magical force';
Bulgarian заклинание
Chinese (simplified) 符咒 , 咒语
Danish trylleord
English charm1 ( ) , spell () , magic spell , magical spell
Basque aztikeria , sorginkeria
Finnish taikasanat , loitsu
French charme , épeler
Croatian magija
Indonesian mantera , jampi , sihir , serapah
Icelandic ákvæði , galdraheitingar , áhrínisorð , álög
Italian scongiuro , formula magica , esorcismo
Japanese 陀羅尼 , 魔法 , 呪い , , まじない , 呪文 , 咒文
Lithuanian burtažodis , užkeikimas
Dutch toverformule , toverspreuk , betovering
Nynorsk trylleord
Bokmål trylleord
Polish zaklęcie
Romanian descântec , farmec , magie , vrajă
Slovak kúzlo , zaklínadlo , magické kúzlo , čaro
Slovene urok
Swedish trollformel
Thai มนตร์ , เวทมนตร์ , คาถา , เวทมนตร์คาถา
Malaysian mantera , jampi , sihir , serapah
Definitions
Japanese
不思議な力を持つと考えられる言語の様式 ― 彼が手を動かす時に彼は呪文をささやいた; その根元の彫刻はバリのまじないである
Romanian
Formulă magică (în versuri), însoțită de gesturi, cu care se descântă
English
a verbal formula believed to have magical force ― he whispered a spell as he moved his hands; inscribed around its base is a charm in Balinese
Relations
Hyponym: hex incantation
Hypernym: speech
Semantic Field: communicationn
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