Translation of witchcraft in Spanish:

witchcraft

brujería, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈwɪtʃkrɑːft//ˈwɪtʃˌkræft/

noun

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    brujería feminine
    hechicería feminine
    • It was regarded as an aid to eye sight and used as a cure against witchcraft and evil spirits.
    • Many of them practice witchcraft and sorcery as an integral part of the Muslim religious system.
    • Brabantio believes Othello to have used magic and witchcraft to summon Desdemona from her home.
    • There was just no way his disappearance could have happened beyond black magic or witchcraft.
    • The counter measures aimed at combating witchcraft often involved sympathetic magic that was aimed at hurting the witch physically.
    • The result is witchcraft practised as an occult art, operating primarily through spells and curses.
    • He believes absolutely in the objective reality of the supernatural world and of witchcraft and magic.
    • On this part of the Yorkshire coast in among the amusement arcades and the history, there's still talk of witchcraft and magic.
    • The way I practice witchcraft has changed a lot, I'm a lot less pedantic now, I'm a lot more intuitive.
    • In the practice of witchcraft, spirits are summoned and called to stay in a circle until needed to fight off bad spirits.
    • Like Meridiana, her attitude to nature is mystical, and she practices witchcraft.
    • There is no black magic or witchcraft behind this self-help treatment.
    • Not every New Guinea community practises sorcery or acknowledges witchcraft.
    • There has been a resurgence of the practice of African magic and witchcraft in a number of Kenyan communities.
    • The herb could be worn about the person to ward off witchcraft and sorcery and was also hung about doors and windows to keep evil away from the house.
    • The misconceptions include black magic, witchcraft, evil eye and being possessed by a spirit.
    • It was not until 1951 that the first practitioners of modern day witchcraft became known.
    • These serials help perpetuate superstitions and blind beliefs in witchcraft and sorcery, in magic and animism.
    • The Motu believed in witchcraft and sorcery, but they did not practice it.
    • I don't know whether you believe in witchcraft, sorcery, black magic, and all that kind of thing.