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abracadabra a nonsense word thought to produce a magical effect such as the warding off of disaster or disease. [1/2 definitions]
alchemy (often pl.) a magical power or process of transmutation. [1/2 definitions]
anime an animated film or video that, typically, is of Japanese origin, is richly illustrated, and employs magical characters and themes.
charm an object believed to have a magical protective effect or to bring luck; amulet. [3/11 definitions]
curse to cause to suffer a misfortune, as if by destiny or a magical spell. [1/9 definitions]
dwarf a magical character of legends, usu. portrayed as an ugly and oddly-shaped little man. [1/7 definitions]
elf an imaginary, small, and often mischievous humanlike creature that has magical powers, or a person, usu. a child, resembling this creature in size and sprightliness.
Excalibur in Arthurian legend, King Arthur's magical sword.
fairy tale a fictitious, sometimes incredible, imaginative story, often involving giants, ogres, elves, or other magical creatures and characters. [1/2 definitions]
fetish an object believed to be inhabited by a spirit or to have magical powers, as of protection. [1/3 definitions]
hag a woman believed to possess and use magical powers, esp. for evil; witch. [1/2 definitions]
Harry Potter the main character in a fantasy fiction series written by British author J. K. Rowling. The character is a young wizard, and the series relates his trials and magical adventures.
incantation the words or sounds that are uttered or chanted as part of a magical ritual or spell, or the act of uttering such words or sounds. [2/3 definitions]
juju the magical power attributed to such an object. [1/2 definitions]
legerdemain magic tricks, or skill in the performance of magical illusions; sleight of hand. [1/2 definitions]
levitate to cause to rise and float in such a way, esp. by magical power. [1/2 definitions]
magician anyone whose skill seems to be magical. [1/2 definitions]
potion a mixture for drinking, esp. one that is supposed to have medicinal, magical, or poisonous effects.
priest in ancient times or in non-Western cultures, an often hereditary religious leader who offered sacrifices to the gods or was credited with magical powers. [1/3 definitions]
rainmaker one who causes or attempts to cause rain to fall, either by scientific or by magical methods.
runic1 mysterious or magical. [1/2 definitions]