Translation of incantation in Spanish:


ensalmo, n.

Pronunciation /ɪnkanˈteɪʃ(ə)n//ˌɪnkænˈteɪʃ(ə)n/


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    ensalmo masculine
    conjuro masculine
    • With great solemnity, they prepared the sleeping body of Miri with magic charms and incantations, and called upon the ancestors and the gods to call away Karkameni.
    • People use various methods to protect themselves from it and to treat the symptoms: amulets, charms, talismans, spells, incantations, vows and sacrifices, and so on.
    • The general consensus is to take the word to mean ‘the use of magic potions and charms in incantations and degraded religious practices’.
    • Nucharangua shook him off, and quickly chanted the incantation for the cage spell.
    • Just as he started the incantation of the escape spell, the door swung open.
    • But inside, there were all kinds of unbelievable spells, incantations, charms, potion recipes, and information about magic.
    • The song was hypnotic, the words felt like an incantation, a Latin mass for suburbia.
    • Book III proposes licit remedies against charms and incantations, and considers whether it is true that sorcerers have the power to heal.
    • He dug through his list of incantations, invocations and other such spells to little avail.
    • Mindy obtains a Taoist Magic book and uses the spells and incantations within to reverse her mother's fortunes.
    • The work is full of magic incantations and spells and is now known to be of European origin.
    • Study of primitive peoples who believe in the supernatural can produce many examples of the results of incantations, potions, charms, rites or invocations.
    • This old volume was a Spell Tome, full of ancient secrets of magical healing, useful incantations and protective charms.
    • Upon reaching the top, Shield once again chanted an incantation and opened the doorway to the outside world.
    • Any spell with an incantation has the ability to backfire if even one word in the chant is pronounced wrong.
    • He started chanting the incantation of a dark spell, full of ugly guttural sounds.
    • Along with the spells, charms, incantations, and potion recipes, there were manuals, instructions, factoids, magical messages, and even stories.
    • He was activating the Sepfeer talisman that was inside as he began to chant the incantation for the spell he was about to cast.
    • He raised his arms into the air and chanted the incantation for a fireball.
    • Both were then attached to the nail of the ring finger of a virgin who said a special series of words - an incantation, a spell or a prayer perhaps.