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bogy an evil or mischievous supernatural being; hobgoblin. [1/2 definitions]
clairvoyance the supposed supernatural ability to perceive events that have not yet occurred or things not directly available to the five senses. [1/2 definitions]
deism the belief, based only on reason and on evidence in nature, and not on any supernatural revelation, in the existence of a god who created the universe. (Cf. theism.)
divination the act of prophecy or revelation by interpreting omens or by supernatural means. [1/3 definitions]
divine to discover or foretell by omens or supernatural means. [2/12 definitions]
fairy an imaginary tiny creature in human form, thought to possess supernatural powers that can change the course of human affairs. [1/3 definitions]
fantasy fiction containing highly imaginative, grotesque, or supernatural elements. [1/5 definitions]
fideism the belief that God and eternal, supernatural truths can be fully, or mostly, comprehended by faith, and not by reason alone.
genie in Islamic mythology, a usu. impish supernatural being, often in human form, that will do one's bidding, esp. grant one's wishes; jinn; jinni.
ghost (sometimes cap.) a supernatural entity. [1/7 definitions]
god in various mythologies such as those of Greece and Rome, a being believed to have supernatural powers and therefore worshiped, esp. a male deity believed to control some part of nature or life in the world. [2/6 definitions]
goddess a female being believed to have supernatural powers; female god. [1/3 definitions]
golem in Jewish folklore, a man-made and humanlike figure brought to life by supernatural, occult forces.
hyperphysical beyond or apart from that which is physical; supernatural.
jinn a supernatural being of Muslim legends that can take on the appearance of a person or animal and help or harm people; jinni; genie.
Magi members of a class of Zoroastrian priests of ancient Media and Persia who were believed to possess supernatural powers. [1/2 definitions]
magic supernatural control of physical forces or events, as by spells or ritual actions. [2/6 definitions]
mana in some cultures of the South Pacific, a supernatural power or force believed to be centered in certain persons, spirits, or objects.
manitou any of numerous supernatural forces or spirits believed by the Algonquian Indians to be deities of nature, having good or evil powers.
medicine dance a ritual dance performed by some North American Indian peoples to drive out disease, bring rain, invoke supernatural aid, or the like.
metaphysical supernatural or incorporeal. [1/3 definitions]