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Magical Lexicon N – R

  Term Meaning & Etymology
Term Navel  
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Term Necromancer  
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Term Necromancy  
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Term Nephomancy  
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Term Netherworld  
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Term Novice  
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Term Novitiate  
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Term Numinous  
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Term Numerology  
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Term Occamy  
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Term Occult  
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Term Occultism  
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Term Occultist  
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Term Occultist  
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Term Omen  
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Term Oneiric From Greek “Oneiros”; Of or related to Dreams
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Term Oneiromancy  
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Term Oracle  
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Term Oracular  
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Term Orphic From Greek Mythology, Orpheus a musician who visited the Underworld to rescue his lost love; Constitutes the ability to descend into Hell, Hades, or the Underworld and Return or having magic power relating to music, i.e. capable of casting a charm or enchantment
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Term Otherworld  
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Term Otherworldly  
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Term Ouroboros A symbol of a serpent or sometimes a dragon eating its own tail and forming a circle; typically a symbol of infinity or eternity and of something with a cyclical nature (such as time)
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Term Palmist  
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Term Palmistry  
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Term Paracelsus  
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Term Paranormal  
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Term Parapsychological  
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Term Parapsychology  
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Term Periapt From Greek “Periaptos” meaning “hung around the neck” via French; A charm or amulet worn as protection from mischief, disease, or hexes
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Term Philosopher’s Stone  
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Term Philter A magic potion, especially a Love Potion
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Term Phylacteric  
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Term Phylactery From Hebrew/Judaism via Greek (i.e. the word is Greek, but related to a Jewish custom); a container worn on the body (especially the arm or head) containing scripture or sacred writings during prayer or religious services
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Term Platonic Elements  
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Term Potion  
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Term Power  
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Term Powers  
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Term Prediction  
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Term Presage  
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Term Prestidigitation  
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Term Preternatural  
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Term Priest  
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Term Priestess  
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Term Prognosticate  
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Term Prognosticator  
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Term Prognostication  
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Term Prophecy  
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Term Prophet  
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Term Psionic  
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Term Psychic  
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Term Pyromancy  
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Term Quicksilver  
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Term Quintessence  
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Term Reagent  
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Term Reagents  
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Term Rhabdomancy  
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Term Rod  
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Term Rod of Asclepius A staff entwined by a single serpent; the symbol of the Greek god Asclepius (a practitioner of medicine); representative of Healing and Medicine, visually reminiscent of the Brazen Serpent staff used by Moses to heal the Israelites bitten by snakes in the wilderness
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Term Root  
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Term Rune  
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Term Rune Casting  
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Term Runic  
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